steve.lhomme at free.fr
Fri Aug 27 12:51:16 CEST 2004
Moritz Bunkus a écrit :
> I'm looking at the tag specs & examples at the moment, and there are
> some issues.
> In the "One file with all DVDs" example
> Tag (about the season)
> Targets (no target means the whole content of the file, otherwise
> you can put all matching ChapterUIDs)
> TargetTypeValue = "40"
> TargetType = "SEASON"
> This should be 'TargetTypeValue = "50"', right?
> Same example, same tag:
> SimpleTag (note there is no TOTAL_NUMBER of seasons as the series
> is not stopped)
> TagName = "PART_NUMBER"
> TagString = "1"
> SimpleTag (the number of episodes)
> TagName = "TOTAL_NUMBER"
> TagString = "8"
> First, in the specs there is no "TOTAL_NUMBER" element, only a
> "TOTAL_PARTS" element. Second, the usage of PART_NUMBER and TOTAL_NUMBER
> is either wrong in the example or VERY bogus in the specs. The specs
> TOTAL_PARTS UTF-8 Total number of parts of the current
> level. (e.g. if TargetType is ALBUM, the total number of tracks of an
> audio CD)
> PART_NUMBER UTF-8 Number of the current part of the current
> level. (e.g. the track number of an audio CD)
> Ok, so the use of these two elements is correct if I understand it
> correctly. It's just a bit misleading. Maybe you should add the
> TargetType = "TRACK" to the PART_NUMBER specs?
Yup. I'll see if I can be more specific about the relation between
TOTAL_PARTS, PART_NUMBER and TargetTypeValue.
> The rest looks fine, too. I haven't checked the chapter UIDs ;)
>>From what I can see the usage of TargetTypeValue is ok. Maybe we should
> drop TargetType again as it only confuses matters... Even if it IS
> informal, it might be present, and no application reading the tags will
> use it because TTV is the one to look for.
It should be used to display the kind of element it is in a UI. For
example in a video tagger value 40 can be a MOVIE or an EPISODE, or
level 30 can be a TRACK or a CHAPTER. And it would be nice to know. The
other alternative would be to have a SubValue with the Value to get this
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