ID Name Official Force locator Repr. Units Remarks
211 boolean True False {true,false} N/A
195 date True False N/A N/S N/A N/S Real representation is according to http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#date
196 dateTime True False N/A N/S N/A N/S Real representation is according to http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#dateTime
220 duration True False hh:mm:ss:ff hh:mm:ss;ff N/A
197 enumeration True False N/A N/S {a,b,...} N/A N/S
198 enumeration list True False N/A N/S {a,b,...} N/A N/S
217 integer True False binary binary left padded with zeros to length 2 binary left padded with zeros to length 3 binary left padded with zeros to length 4 binary left padded with zeros to length 5 binary left padded with zeros to length x decimal hexadecimal N/A N/S percentage - bit/s bits byte/s bytes dB dBFS dBTP edit units field/s fields frame/s frames hh:mm:ss:ff hours Hz kB kB/s kbit/s kbits kHz lines LU LUFS MB MB/s Mbit/s Mbits MHz ms N/A N/S ns pixels sample/s samples second/hour seconds b can be “infinity” and a can be “-infinity”, in that case use a round bracket
212 integer list True False binary binary left padded with zeros to length x decimal hexadecimal N/A N/S percentage - bit/s bits byte/s bytes dB dBFS dBTP edit units field/s fields frame/s frames hh:mm:ss:ff hours Hz kB kB/s kbit/s kbits kHz lines LU LUFS MB MB/s Mbit/s Mbits MHz ms N/A N/S ns pixels sample/s samples seconds b can be “infinity” and a can be “-infinity”, in that case use a round bracket
221 language True False N/A N/S N/A N/S To be discussed if is ok to adopt as a default reference standard the IETF 5646 https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5646 See mails QC reflector mid May 2018.
183 N/A True False N/A N/S N/A N/S Used to indicate the entry is Not Applicable. This is a reserved value that may be transformed in other representations upon (XML) export.
185 N/S True False N/A N/S N/A N/S Not Specified
202 real number True False decimal decimal with 1 fractional digit decimal with 2 fractional digits decimal with 3 fractional digits decimal with x fractional digits fraction N/A N/S percentage with 1 fractional digits percentage with 2 fractional digits percentage with 3 fractional digits percentage with x fractional digits - bit/s bits byte/s bytes dB dBFS dBTP field/s fields frame/s frames hh:mm:ss:ff hours Hz kB kB/s kbit/s kbits kHz lines LU LUFS MB MB/s Mbit/s Mbits MHz ms N/A N/S ns pixels sample/s samples seconds b can be “infinity” and a can be “-infinity”, in that case use round a bracket. The separator between units and decimals is a period. Percentage representation is like the decimal representation but with a % after e.g. 1.25 %.
203 real number list True False decimal with 1 fractional digit decimal with 2 fractional digits decimal with 3 fractional digits decimal with x fractional digits fraction N/A N/S percentage with 1 fractional digits percentage with 2 fractional digits percentage with 3 fractional digits percentage with x fractional digits - bit/s bits byte/s bytes dB dBFS dBTP field/s fields frame/s frames hh:mm:ss:ff hours Hz kB kB/s kbit/s kbits kHz lines LU LUFS MB MB/s Mbit/s Mbits MHz ms N/A N/S ns pixels sample/s samples seconds b can be “infinity” and a can be “-infinity”, in that case use round a bracket. The separator between units and decimals is a period. Percentage representation is like the decimal representation but with a % after e.g. 1.25 %.
216 RGB colour True False #RRGGBB (hex) N/A 8-bit (per channel) colour representation
214 segment True True N/A N/A Only to be used for parent segments of groups of segment-based parameters.
205 string True False N/A N/S N/A N/S Do we restrict the charset in some way ?
206 string list True False N/A N/S N/A N/S Do we restrict the charset in some way ?
208 time True False 1 digit for second fraction 2 digits for second fraction 3 digits for second fraction N/A N/S x digits for second fractions N/A N/S Real representation is according to http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-2/#time
207 timecode True False hh:mm:ss:ff hh:mm:ss;ff N/A N/S N/A N/S Last digits are video frames
209 universal label True False N/A N/S N/A N/S Refer to SMPTE 298. Is a 16 bytes represented as hex
210 universal label list True False N/A N/S N/A N/S Refer to SMPTE 298.