Re: audio/video (not) listed in metadata - volunteers wanted

At 15:45 29/04/2008, you wrote:
>One of the issues that showed up in the last round of structure 
>reviews is that audio or video formats used in test samples are not 
>always listed in the metadata.
>If the audio or video is essential for the test sample (and this is 
>always the case in our current test samples), the format needs to be 
>listed in the "technology" section, for example:
>   <recommendation 
> xlink:href="">
>       <label>Windows Media Video</label>
>   </recommendation>

I meant

       <specName>Windows Media Video</specName>

Best regards,


>The video formats currently in use are wmv (Windows Media Video) and 
>mov (QuickTime; this QuickTime movie is embedded in a SMIL file 
>referenced by the test file).
>The audio formats currently in use are wma (Windows Media Audio) and 
>mid (MIDI). (Just three test cases with audio.)
>I would like to call for a few volunteers to check the test samples 
>(e.g. one or two formats per person; because we use the same naming 
>convention for metadata, test files and additional resources, one 
>only needs to look at the names of the audio/video files to find out 
>which metadata files need checking; they all start with 'sc1.2.' or 
>with 'sc1.4.') and add the metadata where needed.
>Best regards,

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Christophe Strobbe
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Received on Tuesday, 29 April 2008 14:54:11 UTC