GNOME Commander

A powerful file manager for the GNOME desktop environment

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Here, additional user documentation, FAQ, useful tips and tricks, file management scripts and other stuff connected to GCMD is listed. Check this page from time to time, or you could contact the mailing lists and suggest/contribute with some content for this website.






Tips Tips and tricks for Gnome Commander

Handling MIME types

Since GNOME has changed to follow the freedesktop.org standard of handling MIME types, the editing of preferred programs in GNOME Commander is currently broken (v 1.1.7). We do have this in our TODO file, but until GCMD can handle edititing of preferred programs, there are two other ways of managing this on user basis; use nautilus or manually edit the configuration files that controls MIME types in your home directory. Using Nautilus for doing this can feel quite awkward for GNOME Commander users, we usually do not use GNOME Commander because we like using Nautilus.. Anyway, here is how to do it the manual way:

These configuration files usually lives in ~/.local/share/applications. There are three types of files here:

Please refer to freedesktop.org or your distribution of choise for further details.


Handling archives

GCMD can be configured so that working with archives becomes quite practical. The preferred way is to activate the build in Fileroller plugin in the Plugins menu. By activating this plugin you get additional entries in the popup menu by right clicking on selected files and folders (make sure that Fileroller is installed in your system). By clicking on an archive, the popup menu lets you choose where to extract the archive to.

The old way is:

You can now right click any file or folder and choose Create archive... to compress it and right click compressed files and choose Extract archive... to extract it.


Using removable devices

If you use removable devices such as cd's, floppies and cameras a lot you can make GC automaticly take care of mounting them by following this guide:


Using a nice nautilus icon theme

This is outdated info since Nautilus and later Gnome versions no longer uses these kind of themes.

The default icon theme that comes with GC lacks icons for a lot of file types and only looks good at icon size 16. There are other themes around though, that are more complete and looks better in bigger sizes. Unscalable Gorilla by Jimmac is one example and can be used in GC by following theese steps:

This guide should work for all other nautilus icon themes as well.


Open a full terminal

Sometimes you want a quick way of opening a full teminal window with the current directory as the terminals working directory. Well, that is easy, just type  sh , or maybe  bash  if you prefer, in the GCMD command line and hit SHIFT ENTER - there you have it.


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Internal Viewer Internal file viewer

Main features include:

Internal Viewer's Window

Text mode with Fixed width font

Using the internal viewer

Menu Item Keyboard Shortcut Details
File|Close Escape, or
CTRL-W
Close the internal viewer window
Text|Wrap Lines W Toggles line wrapping.
(Applicable only in text display modes)
Input Modes:
Text|Encoding This menu contains all possible character encodings.
(If you need an additional encoding, send an email to the developers).
Text|Encoding|ASCII A Sets ASCII input mode.
Text|Encoding|UTF-8 U Sets UTF-8 input mode.
Text|Encoding|CP437 Q Presing "Q" will quickly set ASCII input mode, with Codepage 437 encoding.
(Good for binary and hex mode viewing).
Display modes:
View|Text 1 Sets display mode to TEXT
View|Binary 2 Sets display mode to Binary.
Switching to Binary display mode will automatically set ASCII input mode (UTF-8 is not supported with binary display)
View|Hex 3 Sets display mode to hex dump.
Switching to Hex display mode will automatically set ASCII input mode (UTF-8 is not supported with hex dump display)
View|Image 4 Will try to load the file as an image.
Loading is done using GDK, so every GDK-supported format should work.
Font Size:
View|Larger Font = or + Increment the font size.
View|Smaller Font - Decrement the font size.
Image Manipulation:
Image|Rotate Clockwise CTRL+R Rotate the image 90 degress.
(Applicable only in IMAGE display mode)
Image|Rotate Counter Clockwise Rotate the image 270 degress.
(Applicable only in IMAGE display mode)
Image|Rotate 180 CTRL+SHIFT+R Rotate the image 180 degress.
(Applicable only in IMAGE display mode)
Image|Flip Vertically Vertically Flip the image.
(Applicable only in IMAGE display mode)
Image|Flip Horizontally Horizontally Flip the image.
(Applicable only in IMAGE display mode)
Settings:
Settings|Binary Mode Set number of bytes to display on each line in Binary display mode.
Settings|Hex Mode|Decimal Offset Display Display the offset in hexadecimal or decimal numbers.
(Only applicable in Hex display mode).
Settings|Save as Default Settings CTRL+S Saves the current window size, input mode, and other settings as the default.
(Note: the starting Display mode is determined by the file's content, and is not saved as a user setting)

Input Modes

Here's an example of using different input modes. The displayed file is a UTF-8 file (this is actually the Hungarian translation file from the gnome-commander project).

UTF-8 is an encoding scheme used to encode Unicode characters into a multibyte string. A single UTF-8 character can be composed from up to 6 bytes.

In ASCII mode (without any further chacarater encodings, press "A" to set it), only bytes with ASCII value above 0x20 and below 0x7F are displayed. All other characters are shown as dots:

Text mode with ASCII encoding

In ASCII mode with Codepage 437 encoding (press "Q" to set it), extended ASCII characters (above ASCII 0x7E) are displayed:

Text mode with Codepage 437 encoding

In UTF-8 Input mode (Press "U" to set it), the correct characters are displayed:

Text mode with UTF-8 encoding

Other input modes such as cyrillic or greek can be selected in the "Text" menu, section "Encoding".

Binary Display Mode

Binary display mode is suitible for quickly viewing binary files. In Binary display mode, the number of bytes displayed on each line can be changed in the "Settings" menu.

Viewing a file in Binary display mode, in ASCII input mode:

Binary mode with ASCII encoding

The same file as above, with Codepage 437 encoding:

Binary mode with Codepage 437 encoding

Hex dump Display Mode

This is a simple Hex dump display mode (similar to using od -t x1). In Hex dump display mode, you can only use ASCII input mode, with or without additional character encodings (but not UTF-8).

Below is a short demonstration of the Hex dump display mode. The file displayed is 256 bytes in size, each byte corresponds to a different ASCII value.

ASCII Encoding:

Hex mode with ASCII encoding

Codepage 437 Encoding:

Hex mode with Codepage 437 encoding

Cyrillic Encoding:

Hex mode with Cyrillic encoding

Image Display Mode

The viewer starts with the image fitted to the viewer window size = larger window = larger view

Image mode

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Metadata in GNOME Commander

Metadata

Metadata formats supported by GNOME Commander:

Metadata

Most multimedia formats can contain different kinds of metadata describing the subject matter and some technical data about the content of the file. From version 1.2.1, GNOME Commander has some ability to handle different kinds of metadata embedded in files. This page lists all tags supported with descriptions of the tags, and some descriptions on how and where to make use of it.

Howto use.

In the advanced rename tool

Metadata tags can be used as templates in the advanced renaming tool with the $T(Tag.Code) placeholder. As an example: Mark a couple of jpeg files from a digital camera, chose the renaming tool and write $T(Exif.DateTime) as Template in the inputbox at top, then it will replace the filenames in marked files with the date and time the photography was taken (Exif is commonly used by digital cameras).

Supported metatag listing

Audio

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
Audio.AlbumAlbumName of the album.
Audio.AlbumArtistAlbum ArtistArtist of the album.
Audio.AlbumGainAlbum GainGain adjustment of the album.
Audio.AlbumPeakGainAlbum Peak GainPeak gain adjustment of album.
Audio.AlbumTrackCountAlbum Track CountTotal number of tracks on the album.
Audio.ArtistArtistArtist of the track.
Audio.BitrateBitrateBitrate in kbps.
Audio.ChannelsChannelsNumber of channels in the audio (2 = stereo).
Audio.CodecCodecCodec encoding description.
Audio.CodecVersionCodec VersionCodec version.
Audio.CommentCommentComments on the track.
Audio.CopyrightCopyrightCopyright message.
Audio.CoverAlbumThumbnailPathCover Album Thumbnail PathFile path to thumbnail image of the cover album.
Audio.DiscNoDisc NumberSpecifies which disc the track is on.
Audio.DurationDurationDuration of track in seconds.
Audio.Duration.MMSSDuration [MM:SS]Duration of track as MM:SS.
Audio.GenreGenreType of music classification for the track as defined in ID3 spec.
Audio.IsNewIs NewSet to "1" if track is new to the user (default "0").
Audio.ISRCISRCISRC (international standard recording code).
Audio.LastPlayLast PlayWhen track was last played.
Audio.LyricsLyricsLyrics of the track.
Audio.MBAlbumArtistIDMB album artist IDMusicBrainz album artist ID in UUID format.
Audio.MBAlbumIDMB Album IDMusicBrainz album ID in UUID format.
Audio.MBArtistIDMB Artist IDMusicBrainz artist ID in UUID format.
Audio.MBTrackIDMB Track IDMusicBrainz track ID in UUID format.
Audio.MPEG.ChannelModeChannel ModeMPEG channel mode.
Audio.MPEG.CopyrightedCopyrighted"1" if the copyrighted bit is set.
Audio.MPEG.LayerLayerMPEG layer.
Audio.MPEG.OriginalOriginal Audio"1" if the "original" bit is set.
Audio.MPEG.VersionMPEG VersionMPEG version.
Audio.PerformerPerformerName of the performer/conductor of the music.
Audio.PlayCountPlay CountNumber of times the track has been played.
Audio.ReleaseDateRelease DateDate track was released.
Audio.SampleRateSample RateSample rate in Hz.
Audio.TitleTitleTitle of the track.
Audio.TrackGainTrack GainGain adjustment of the track.
Audio.TrackNoTrack NumberPosition of track on the album.
Audio.TrackPeakGainTrack Peak GainPeak gain adjustment of track.
Audio.YearYearYear.

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Doc

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
Doc.AuthorAuthorName of the author.
Doc.ByteCountByte CountNumber of bytes in the document.
Doc.CaseSensitiveCase SensitiveCase sensitive.
Doc.CategoryCategoryCategory.
Doc.CellCountCell CountNumber of cells in the spreadsheet document.
Doc.CharacterCountCharacter CountNumber of characters in the document.
Doc.CodepageCodepageThe MS codepage to encode strings for metadata.
Doc.CommentsCommentsUser definable free text.
Doc.CompanyCompanyOrganization that the <Doc.Creator> entity is associated with.
Doc.AuthorAuthorName of the author.
Doc.CreatorCreatorAn entity primarily responsible for making the content of the resource, typically a person, organization, or service.
Doc.CreatedCreatedDatetime document was originally created.
Doc.DateCreatedDate CreatedDate associated with an event in the life cycle of the resource (creation/publication date).
Doc.DateModifiedDate ModifiedThe last time the document was saved.
Doc.DescriptionDescriptionAn account of the content of the resource.
Doc.DictionaryDictionaryDictionary.
Doc.EditingDurationEditing DurationThe total time taken until the last modification.
Doc.GeneratorGeneratorThe application that generated this document.
Doc.HiddenSlideCountHidden Slide CountNumber of hidden slides in the presentation document.
Doc.ImageCountImage CountNumber of images in the document.
Doc.InitialCreatorInitial CreatorSpecifies the name of the person who created the document initially.
Doc.KeywordsKeywordsSearchable, indexable keywords.
Doc.LanguageLanguageThe locale language of the intellectual content of the resource.
Doc.LastPrintedLast PrintedThe last time this document was printed.
Doc.LastSavedByLast Saved ByThe entity that made the last change to the document, typically a person, organization, or service.
Doc.LineCountLine CountNumber of lines in the document.
Doc.LinksDirtyLinks DirtyLinks dirty.
Doc.LocaleSystemDefaultLocale System DefaultIdentifier representing the default system locale.
Doc.ManagerManagerName of the manager of <Doc.Creator> entity.
Doc.MMClipCountMultimedia Clip CountNumber of multimedia clips in the document.
Doc.NoteCountNote CountNumber of "notes" in the document.
Doc.ObjectCountObject CountNumber of objects (OLE and other graphics) in the document.
Doc.PageCountPage CountNumber of pages in the document.
Doc.ParagraphCountParagraph CountNumber of paragraphs in the document.
Doc.PresentationFormatPresentation FormatType of presentation, like "On-screen Show", "SlideView", etc.
Doc.PrintDatePrint DateSpecifies the date and time when the document was last printed.
Doc.PrintedByPrinted BySpecifies the name of the last person who printed the document.
Doc.RevisionCountRevision CountNumber of revision on the document.
Doc.ScaleScaleScale.
Doc.SecuritySecurityOne of: "Password protected", "Read-only recommended", "Read-only enforced" or "Locked for annotations".
Doc.SlideCountSlide CountNumber of slides in the presentation document.
Doc.SpreadsheetCountSpreadsheet CountNumber of pages in the document.
Doc.SubjectSubjectDocument subject.
Doc.TableCountTable CountNumber of tables in the document.
Doc.TemplateTemplateThe template file that is been used to generate this document.
Doc.TitleTitleTitle of the document.
Doc.WordCountWord CountNumber of words in the document.

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Exif

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
Exif.ApertureValueApertureThe lens aperture. The unit is the APEX value.
Exif.ArtistArtistName of the camera owner, photographer or image creator. The detailed format is not specified, but it is recommended that the information be written for ease of Interoperability. When the field is left blank, it is treated as unknown.
Exif.BatteryLevelBattery LevelBattery level.
Exif.BitsPerSampleBits per SampleThe number of bits per image component. Each component of the image is 8 bits, so the value for this tag is 8. In JPEG compressed data a JPEG marker is used instead of this tag.
Exif.BrightnessValueBrightnessThe value of brightness. The unit is the APEX value. Ordinarily it is given in the range of -99.99 to 99.99.
Exif.CFAPatternCFA PatternThe color filter array (CFA) geometric pattern of the image sensor when a one-chip color area sensor is used. It does not apply to all sensing methods.
Exif.CFARepeatPatternDimCFA Repeat Pattern DimCFA Repeat Pattern Dim.
Exif.ColorSpaceColor SpaceThe color space information tag is always recorded as the color space specifier. Normally sRGB (=1) is used to define the color space based on the PC monitor conditions and environment. If a color space other than sRGB is used, Uncalibrated (=FFFF.H) is set. Image data recorded as Uncalibrated can be treated as sRGB when it is converted to FlashPix.
Exif.ComponentsConfigurationComponents ConfigurationInformation specific to compressed data. The channels of each component are arranged in order from the 1st component to the 4th. For uncompressed data the data arrangement is given in the <Exif.PhotometricInterpretation> tag. However, since <Exif.PhotometricInterpretation> can only express the order of Y, Cb and Cr, this tag is provided for cases when compressed data uses components other than Y, Cb, and Cr and to enable support of other sequences.
Exif.CompressedBitsPerPixelCompressed Bits per PixelInformation specific to compressed data. The compression mode used for a compressed image is indicated in unit bits per pixel.
Exif.CompressionCompressionThe compression scheme used for the image data. When a primary image is JPEG compressed, this designation is not necessary and is omitted. When thumbnails use JPEG compression, this tag value is set to 6.
Exif.ContrastContrastThe direction of contrast processing applied by the camera when the image was shot.
Exif.CopyrightCopyrightCopyright information. The tag is used to indicate both the photographer and editor copyrights. It is the copyright notice of the person or organization claiming rights to the image. The Interoperability copyright statement including date and rights should be written in this field; e.g., "Copyright, John Smith, 19xx. All rights reserved.". The field records both the photographer and editor copyrights, with each recorded in a separate part of the statement. When there is a clear distinction between the photographer and editor copyrights, these are to be written in the order of photographer followed by editor copyright, separated by NULL (in this case, since the statement also ends with a NULL, there are two NULL codes) (see example 1). When only the photographer is given, it is terminated by one NULL code. When only the editor copyright is given, the photographer copyright part consists of one space followed by a terminating NULL code, then the editor copyright is given. When the field is left blank, it is treated as unknown.
Exif.CustomRenderedCustom RenderedThe use of special processing on image data, such as rendering geared to output. When special processing is performed, the reader is expected to disable or minimize any further processing.
Exif.DateTimeDate and TimeThe date and time of image creation.
Exif.DateTimeDigitizedDate and Time (digitized)The date and time when the image was stored as digital data.
Exif.DateTimeOriginalDate and Time (original)The date and time when the original image data was generated. For a digital still camera the date and time the picture was taken are recorded.
Exif.DeviceSettingDescriptionDevice Setting DescriptionInformation on the picture-taking conditions of a particular camera model. The tag is used only to indicate the picture-taking conditions in the reader.
Exif.DigitalZoomRatioDigital Zoom RatioThe digital zoom ratio when the image was shot. If the numerator of the recorded value is 0, this indicates that digital zoom was not used.
Exif.DocumentNameDocument NameDocument name.
Exif.ExifIfdPointerExif IFD PointerA pointer to the Exif IFD. Interoperability, Exif IFD has the same structure as that of the IFD specified in TIFF.
Exif.ExifVersionExif VersionThe version of Exif standard supported. Nonexistence of this field is taken to mean nonconformance to the standard.
Exif.ExposureBiasValueExposure BiasThe exposure bias. The units is the APEX value. Ordinarily it is given in the range of -99.99 to 99.99.
Exif.ExposureIndexExposure IndexThe exposure index selected on the camera or input device at the time the image is captured.
Exif.ExposureModeExposure ModeThis tag indicates the exposure mode set when the image was shot. In auto-bracketing mode, the camera shoots a series of frames of the same scene at different exposure settings.
Exif.ExposureProgramExposure ProgramThe class of the program used by the camera to set exposure when the picture is taken.
Exif.ExposureTimeExposure TimeExposure time, given in seconds.
Exif.FileSourceFile SourceIndicates the image source. If a DSC recorded the image, this tag value of this tag always be set to 3, indicating that the image was recorded on a DSC.
Exif.FillOrderFill OrderFill order.
Exif.FlashFlashThis tag is recorded when an image is taken using a strobe light (flash).
Exif.FlashEnergyFlash EnergyIndicates the strobe energy at the time the image is captured, as measured in Beam Candle Power Seconds (BCPS).
Exif.FlashPixVersionFlashPix VersionThe FlashPix format version supported by a FPXR file.
Exif.FNumberF NumberDiameter of the aperture relative to the effective focal length of the lens.
Exif.FocalLengthFocal LengthThe actual focal length of the lens, in mm. Conversion is not made to the focal length of a 35 mm film camera.
Exif.FocalLengthIn35mmFilmFocal Length In 35mm FilmThis tag indicates the equivalent focal length assuming a 35mm film camera, in mm. A value of 0 means the focal length is unknown. Note that this tag differs from the <Exif.FocalLength> tag.
Exif.FocalPlaneResolutionUnitFocal Plane Resolution UnitIndicates the unit for measuring <Exif.FocalPlaneXResolution> and <Exif.FocalPlaneYResolution>. This value is the same as the <Exif.ResolutionUnit>.
Exif.FocalPlaneXResolutionFocal Plane x-ResolutionIndicates the number of pixels in the image width (X) direction per <Exif.FocalPlaneResolutionUnit> on the camera focal plane.
Exif.FocalPlaneYResolutionFocal Plane y-ResolutionIndicates the number of pixels in the image height (Y) direction per <Exif.FocalPlaneResolutionUnit> on the camera focal plane.
Exif.GainControlGain ControlThis tag indicates the degree of overall image gain adjustment.
Exif.GammaGammaIndicates the value of coefficient gamma.
Exif.GPS.AltitudeAltitudeIndicates the altitude based on the reference in <Exif.GPS.AltitudeRef>. The reference unit is meters.
Exif.GPS.AltitudeRefAltitude ReferenceIndicates the altitude used as the reference altitude. If the reference is sea level and the altitude is above sea level, 0 is given. If the altitude is below sea level, a value of 1 is given and the altitude is indicated as an absolute value in the <Exif.GPS.Altitude> tag. The reference unit is meters.
Exif.GPS.InfoIFDPointerGPS Info IFDPointerA pointer to the GPS Info IFD. The Interoperability structure of the GPS Info IFD, like that of Exif IFD, has no image data.
Exif.GPS.LatitudeLatitudeIndicates the latitude. The latitude is expressed as three RATIONAL values giving the degrees, minutes, and seconds, respectively. When degrees, minutes and seconds are expressed, the format is dd/1,mm/1,ss/1. When degrees and minutes are used and, for example, fractions of minutes are given up to two decimal places, the format is dd/1,mmmm/100,0/1.
Exif.GPS.LatitudeRefNorth or South LatitudeIndicates whether the latitude is north or south latitude. The ASCII value 'N' indicates north latitude, and 'S' is south latitude.
Exif.GPS.LongitudeLongitudeIndicates the longitude. The longitude is expressed as three RATIONAL values giving the degrees, minutes, and seconds, respectively. When degrees, minutes and seconds are expressed, the format is ddd/1,mm/1,ss/1. When degrees and minutes are used and, for example, fractions of minutes are given up to two decimal places, the format is ddd/1,mmmm/100,0/1.
Exif.GPS.LongitudeRefEast or West LongitudeIndicates whether the longitude is east or west longitude. ASCII 'E' indicates east longitude, and 'W' is west longitude.
Exif.GPS.VersionIDGPS Tag VersionIndicates the version of <Exif.GPS.InfoIFD>. This tag is mandatory when <Exif.GPS.Info> tag is present.
Exif.ImageDescriptionImage DescriptionA character string giving the title of the image. Two-bytes character codes cannot be used. When a 2-bytes code is necessary, the Exif Private tag <Exif.UserComment> is to be used.
Exif.ImageLengthImage LengthThe number of rows of image data. In JPEG compressed data a JPEG marker is used instead of this tag.
Exif.ImageResourcesImage Resources BlockImage Resources Block.
Exif.ImageUniqueIDImage Unique IDThis tag indicates an identifier assigned uniquely to each image. It is recorded as an ASCII string equivalent to hexadecimal notation and 128-bit fixed length.
Exif.ImageWidthImage WidthThe number of columns of image data, equal to the number of pixels per row. In JPEG compressed data a JPEG marker is used instead of this tag.
Exif.InterColorProfileInter Color ProfileInter Color Profile.
Exif.InteroperabilityIFDPointerInteroperability IFD PointerInteroperability IFD is composed of tags which stores the information to ensure the Interoperability and pointed by the following tag located in Exif IFD. The Interoperability structure of Interoperability IFD is the same as TIFF defined IFD structure but does not contain the image data characteristically compared with normal TIFF IFD.
Exif.InteroperabilityIndexInteroperability IndexIndicates the identification of the Interoperability rule. Use "R98" for stating ExifR98 Rules. Four bytes used including the termination code (NULL).
Exif.InteroperabilityVersionInteroperability VersionInteroperability version.
Exif.ISOSpeedRatingsISO Speed RatingsIndicates the ISO Speed and ISO Latitude of the camera or input device as specified in ISO 12232.
Exif.JPEGInterchangeFormatJPEG Interchange FormatThe offset to the start byte (SOI) of JPEG compressed thumbnail data. This is not used for primary image JPEG data.
Exif.JPEGInterchangeFormatLengthJPEG Interchange Format LengthThe number of bytes of JPEG compressed thumbnail data. This is not used for primary image JPEG data. JPEG thumbnails are not divided but are recorded as a continuous JPEG bitstream from SOI to EOI. Appn and COM markers should not be recorded. Compressed thumbnails must be recorded in no more than 64 Kbytes, including all other data to be recorded in APP1.
Exif.JPEGProcJPEG ProcedureJPEG procedure.
Exif.LightSourceLight SourceThe kind of light source.
Exif.MakeManufacturerThe manufacturer of the recording equipment. This is the manufacturer of the DSC, scanner, video digitizer or other equipment that generated the image. When the field is left blank, it is treated as unknown.
Exif.MakerNoteMaker NoteA tag for manufacturers of Exif writers to record any desired information. The contents are up to the manufacturer.
Exif.MaxApertureValueMax Aperture ValueThe smallest F number of the lens. The unit is the APEX value. Ordinarily it is given in the range of 00.00 to 99.99, but it is not limited to this range.
Exif.MeteringModeMetering ModeThe metering mode.
Exif.ModelModelThe model name or model number of the equipment. This is the model name or number of the DSC, scanner, video digitizer or other equipment that generated the image. When the field is left blank, it is treated as unknown.
Exif.CFAPatternCFA PatternIndicates the color filter array (CFA) geometric pattern of the image sensor when a one-chip color area sensor is used. It does not apply to all sensing methods.
Exif.NewSubfileTypeNew Subfile TypeA general indication of the kind of data contained in this subfile.
Exif.OECFOECFIndicates the Opto-Electoric Conversion Function (OECF) specified in ISO 14524. <Exif.OECF> is the relationship between the camera optical input and the image values.
Exif.OrientationOrientationThe image orientation viewed in terms of rows and columns.
Exif.PhotometricInterpretationPhotometric InterpretationThe pixel composition. In JPEG compressed data a JPEG marker is used instead of this tag.
Exif.PixelXDimensionPixel X DimensionInformation specific to compressed data. When a compressed file is recorded, the valid width of the meaningful image must be recorded in this tag, whether or not there is padding data or a restart marker. This tag should not exist in an uncompressed file.
Exif.PixelYDimensionPixel Y DimensionInformation specific to compressed data. When a compressed file is recorded, the valid height of the meaningful image must be recorded in this tag, whether or not there is padding data or a restart marker. This tag should not exist in an uncompressed file. Since data padding is unnecessary in the vertical direction, the number of lines recorded in this valid image height tag will in fact be the same as that recorded in the SOF.
Exif.PlanarConfigurationPlanar ConfigurationIndicates whether pixel components are recorded in a chunky or planar format. In JPEG compressed files a JPEG marker is used instead of this tag. If this field does not exist, the TIFF default of 1 (chunky) is assumed.
Exif.PrimaryChromaticitiesPrimary ChromaticitiesThe chromaticity of the three primary colors of the image. Normally this tag is not necessary, since colorspace is specified in <Exif.ColorSpace> tag.
Exif.ReferenceBlackWhiteReference Black/WhiteThe reference black point value and reference white point value. No defaults are given in TIFF, but the values below are given as defaults here. The color space is declared in a color space information tag, with the default being the value that gives the optimal image characteristics Interoperability these conditions.
Exif.RelatedImageFileFormatRelated Image File FormatRelated image file format.
Exif.RelatedImageLengthRelated Image LengthRelated image length.
Exif.RelatedImageWidthRelated Image WidthRelated image width.
Exif.RelatedSoundFileRelated Sound FileThis tag is used to record the name of an audio file related to the image data. The only relational information recorded here is the Exif audio file name and extension (an ASCII string consisting of 8 characters + '.' + 3 characters). The path is not recorded. When using this tag, audio files must be recorded in conformance to the Exif audio format. Writers are also allowed to store the data such as Audio within APP2 as FlashPix extension stream data. Audio files must be recorded in conformance to the Exif audio format. If multiple files are mapped to one file, the above format is used to record just one audio file name. If there are multiple audio files, the first recorded file is given. When there are three Exif audio files "SND00001.WAV", "SND00002.WAV" and "SND00003.WAV", the Exif image file name for each of them, "DSC00001.JPG", is indicated. By combining multiple relational information, a variety of playback possibilities can be supported. The method of using relational information is left to the implementation on the playback side. Since this information is an ASCII character string, it is terminated by NULL. When this tag is used to map audio files, the relation of the audio file to image data must also be indicated on the audio file end.
Exif.ResolutionUnitResolution UnitThe unit for measuring <Exif.XResolution> and <Exif.YResolution>. The same unit is used for both <Exif.XResolution> and <Exif.YResolution>. If the image resolution is unknown, 2 (inches) is designated.
Exif.RowsPerStripRows per StripThe number of rows per strip. This is the number of rows in the image of one strip when an image is divided into strips. With JPEG compressed data this designation is not needed and is omitted.
Exif.SamplesPerPixelSamples per PixelThe number of components per pixel. Since this standard applies to RGB and YCbCr images, the value set for this tag is 3. In JPEG compressed data a JPEG marker is used instead of this tag.
Exif.SaturationSaturationThis tag indicates the direction of saturation processing applied by the camera when the image was shot.
Exif.SceneCaptureTypeScene Capture TypeThis tag indicates the type of scene that was shot. It can also be used to record the mode in which the image was shot. Note that this differs from <Exif.SceneType> tag.
Exif.SceneTypeScene TypeIndicates the type of scene. If a DSC recorded the image, this tag value must always be set to 1, indicating that the image was directly photographed.
Exif.SensingMethodSensing MethodIndicates the image sensor type on the camera or input device.
Exif.SharpnessSharpnessThis tag indicates the direction of sharpness processing applied by the camera when the image was shot.
Exif.ShutterSpeedValueShutter SpeedShutter speed. The unit is the APEX (Additive System of Photographic Exposure) setting.
Exif.SoftwareSoftwareThis tag records the name and version of the software or firmware of the camera or image input device used to generate the image. When the field is left blank, it is treated as unknown.
Exif.SpatialFrequencyResponseSpatial Frequency ResponseThis tag records the camera or input device spatial frequency table and SFR values in the direction of image width, image height, and diagonal direction, as specified in ISO 12233.
Exif.SpectralSensitivitySpectral SensitivityIndicates the spectral sensitivity of each channel of the camera used.
Exif.StripByteCountsStrip Byte CountThe total number of bytes in each strip. With JPEG compressed data this designation is not needed and is omitted.
Exif.StripOffsetsStrip OffsetsFor each strip, the byte offset of that strip. It is recommended that this be selected so the number of strip bytes does not exceed 64 Kbytes. With JPEG compressed data this designation is not needed and is omitted.
Exif.SubIFDsSub IFD OffsetsDefined by Adobe Corporation to enable TIFF Trees within a TIFF file.
Exif.SubjectAreaSubject AreaThis tag indicates the location and area of the main subject in the overall scene.
Exif.SubjectDistanceSubject DistanceThe distance to the subject, given in meters.
Exif.SubjectDistanceRangeSubject Distance RangeThis tag indicates the distance to the subject.
Exif.SubjectLocationSubject LocationIndicates the location of the main subject in the scene. The value of this tag represents the pixel at the center of the main subject relative to the left edge, prior to rotation processing as per the <Exif.Rotation> tag. The first value indicates the X column number and second indicates the Y row number.
Exif.SubsecTimeSubsec TimeA tag used to record fractions of seconds for the <Exif.DateTime> tag.
Exif.SubSecTimeDigitizedSubsec Time DigitizedA tag used to record fractions of seconds for the <Exif.DateTimeDigitized> tag.
Exif.SubSecTimeOriginalSubsec Time OriginalA tag used to record fractions of seconds for the <Exif.DateTimeOriginal> tag.
Exif.TIFF/EPStandardIDTIFF/EP Standard IDTIFF/EP Standard ID.
Exif.TransferFunctionTransfer FunctionA transfer function for the image, described in tabular style. Normally this tag is not necessary, since color space is specified in <Exif.ColorSpace> tag.
Exif.TransferRangeTransfer RangeTransfer range.
Exif.UserCommentUser CommentA tag for Exif users to write keywords or comments on the image besides those in <Exif.ImageDescription>, and without the character code limitations of the <Exif.ImageDescription> tag. The character code used in the <Exif.UserComment> tag is identified based on an ID code in a fixed 8-byte area at the start of the tag data area. The unused portion of the area is padded with NULL ("00.h"). ID codes are assigned by means of registration. The value of CountN is determinated based on the 8 bytes in the character code area and the number of bytes in the user comment part. Since the TYPE is not ASCII, NULL termination is not necessary. The ID code for the <Exif.UserComment> area may be a Defined code such as JIS or ASCII, or may be Undefined. The Undefined name is UndefinedText, and the ID code is filled with 8 bytes of all "NULL" ("00.H"). An Exif reader that reads the <Exif.UserComment> tag must have a function for determining the ID code. This function is not required in Exif readers that do not use the <Exif.UserComment> tag. When a <Exif.UserComment> area is set aside, it is recommended that the ID code be ASCII and that the following user comment part be filled with blank characters [20.H].
Exif.WhiteBalanceWhite BalanceThe white balance mode set when the image was shot.
Exif.WhitePointWhite PointThe chromaticity of the white point of the image. Normally this tag is not necessary, since color space is specified in <Exif.ColorSpace> tag.
Exif.XMLPacketXML PacketXMP metadata.
Exif.XResolutionx ResolutionThe number of pixels per <Exif.ResolutionUnit> in the <Exif.ImageWidth> direction. When the image resolution is unknown, 72 [dpi] is designated.
Exif.YCbCrCoefficientsYCbCr CoefficientsThe matrix coefficients for transformation from RGB to YCbCr image data. No default is given in TIFF; but here "Color Space Guidelines" is used as the default. The color space is declared in a color space information tag, with the default being the value that gives the optimal image characteristics Interoperability this condition.
Exif.YCbCrPositioningYCbCr PositioningThe position of chrominance components in relation to the luminance component. This field is designated only for JPEG compressed data or uncompressed YCbCr data. The TIFF default is 1 (centered); but when Y:Cb:Cr = 4:2:2 it is recommended that 2 (co-sited) be used to record data, in order to improve the image quality when viewed on TV systems. When this field does not exist, the reader shall assume the TIFF default. In the case of Y:Cb:Cr = 4:2:0, the TIFF default (centered) is recommended. If the reader does not have the capability of supporting both kinds of <Exif.YCbCrPositioning>, it shall follow the TIFF default regardless of the value in this field. It is preferable that readers be able to support both centered and co-sited positioning.
Exif.YCbCrSubSamplingYCbCr Sub-SamplingThe sampling ratio of chrominance components in relation to the luminance component. In JPEG compressed data a JPEG marker is used instead of this tag.
Exif.YResolutiony ResolutionThe number of pixels per <Exif.ResolutionUnit> in the <Exif.ImageLength> direction. The same value as <Exif.XResolution> is designated.

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File

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
File.AccessedAccessedLast access datetime.
File.ContentContentFile's contents filtered as plain text.
File.DescriptionDescriptionEditable free text/notes.
File.FormatFormatMIME type of the file or if a directory it should contain value "Folder"
File.KeywordsKeywordsEditable array of keywords.
File.LinkLinkURI of link target.
File.ModifiedModifiedLast modified datetime.
File.NameNameFile name excluding path but including the file extension.
File.PathPathFull file path of file excluding the filename.
File.PermissionsPermissionsPermission string in unix format eg "-rw-r--r--".
File.PublisherPublisherEditable DC type for the name of the publisher of the file (EG dc:publisher field in RSS feed).
File.RankRankEditable file rank for grading favourites. Value should be in the range 1..10.
File.SizeSizeSize of the file in bytes or if a directory number of items it contains.

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ID3

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
ID3.AlbumSortOrderAlbum Sort OrderString which should be used instead of the album name for sorting purposes.
ID3.AudioCryptoAudio EncryptionFrame indicates if the audio stream is encrypted, and by whom.
ID3.AudioSeekPointAudio Seek PointFractional offset within the audio data, providing a starting point from which to find an appropriate point to start decoding.
ID3.BandBandAdditional information about the performers in the recording.
ID3.BPMBPMBPM (beats per minute).
ID3.BufferSizeBuffer SizeRecommended buffer size.
ID3.CDIDCD IDMusic CD identifier.
ID3.CommercialCommercialCommercial frame.
ID3.ComposerComposerComposer.
ID3.ConductorConductorConductor.
ID3.ContentGroupContent GroupContent group description.
ID3.ContentTypeContent TypeType of music classification for the track as defined in ID3 spec.
ID3.CopyrightCopyrightCopyright message.
ID3.CryptoRegEncryption RegistrationEncryption method registration.
ID3.DateDateDate.
ID3.EmphasisEmphasisEmphasis.
ID3.EncodedByEncoded ByPerson or organisation that encoded the audio file. This field may contain a copyright message, if the audio file also is copyrighted by the encoder.
ID3.EncoderSettingsEncoder SettingsSoftware.
ID3.EncodingTimeEncoding TimeEncoding time.
ID3.EqualizationEqualizationEqualization.
ID3.Equalization2Equalization 2Equalisation curve predifine within the audio file.
ID3.EventTimingEvent TimingEvent timing codes.
ID3.FileOwnerFile OwnerFile owner.
ID3.FileTypeFile TypeFile type.
ID3.FramesFramesNumber of frames.
ID3.GeneralObjectGeneral ObjectGeneral encapsulated object.
ID3.GroupingRegGrouping RegistrationGroup identification registration.
ID3.InitialKeyInitial KeyInitial key.
ID3.InvolvedPeopleInvolved PeopleInvolved people list.
ID3.InvolvedPeople2InvolvedPeople2Involved people list.
ID3.LanguageLanguageLanguage.
ID3.LinkedInfoLinked InfoLinked information.
ID3.LyricistLyricistLyricist.
ID3.MediaTypeMedia TypeMedia type.
ID3.MixArtistMix ArtistInterpreted, remixed, or otherwise modified by.
ID3.MoodMoodMood.
ID3.MPEG.LookupMPEG LookupMPEG location lookup table.
ID3.MusicianCreditListMusician Credit ListMusician credits list.
ID3.NetRadioOwnerNet Radio OwnerInternet radio station owner.
ID3.NetRadiostationNet RadiostationInternet radio station name.
ID3.OriginalAlbumOriginal AlbumOriginal album.
ID3.OriginalArtistOriginal ArtistOriginal artist.
ID3.OriginalFileNameOriginal File NameOriginal filename.
ID3.OriginalLyricistOriginal LyricistOriginal lyricist.
ID3.OriginalReleaseTimeOriginal Release TimeOriginal release time.
ID3.OriginalYearOriginal YearOriginal release year.
ID3.OwnershipOwnershipOwnership frame.
ID3.PartInSetPart of a SetPart of a set the audio came from.
ID3.PerformerSortOrderPerformer Sort OrderPerformer sort order.
ID3.PicturePictureAttached picture.
ID3.PlayCounterPlay CounterNumber of times a file has been played.
ID3.PlaylistDelayPlaylist DelayPlaylist delay.
ID3.PopularimeterPopularimeterRating of the audio file.
ID3.PositionSyncPosition SyncPosition synchronisation frame.
ID3.PrivatePrivatePrivate frame.
ID3.ProducedNoticeProduced NoticeProduced notice.
ID3.PublisherPublisherPublisher.
ID3.RecordingDatesRecording DatesRecording dates.
ID3.RecordingTimeRecording TimeRecording time.
ID3.ReleaseTimeRelease TimeRelease time.
ID3.ReverbReverbReverb.
ID3.SetSubtitleSet SubtitleSubtitle of the part of a set this track belongs to.
ID3.SignatureSignatureSignature frame.
ID3.SizeSizeSize of the audio file in bytes, excluding the ID3 tag.
ID3.SongLengthSong lengthLength of the song in milliseconds.
ID3.SubtitleSubtitleSubtitle.
ID3.SyncedlyricsSynchronized LyricsSynchronized lyric.
ID3.SyncedTempoSynchronized TempoSynchronized tempo codes.
ID3.TaggingTimeTagging TimeTagging time.
ID3.TermsOfUseTerms of UseTerms of use.
ID3.TimeTimeTime.
ID3.TitleSortOrderTitle Sort OrderTitle sort order.
ID3.UniqueFileIDUnique File IDUnique file identifier.
ID3.UnsyncedLyricsUnsynchronized LyricsUnsynchronized lyric.
ID3.UserTextUser TextUser defined text information.
ID3.VolumeAdjVolume AdjustmentRelative volume adjustment.
ID3.VolumeAdj2Volume Adjustment 2Relative volume adjustment.
ID3.WWWArtistWWW ArtistOfficial artist.
ID3.WWWAudioFileWWW Audio FileOfficial audio file webpage.
ID3.WWWAudioSourceWWW Audio SourceOfficial audio source webpage.
ID3.WWWCommercialInfoWWW Commercial InfoURL pointing at a webpage containing commercial information.
ID3.WWWCopyrightWWW CopyrightURL pointing at a webpage that holds copyright.
ID3.WWWPaymentWWW PaymentURL pointing at a webpage that will handle the process of paying for this file.
ID3.WWWPublisherWWW PublisherURL pointing at the official webpage for the publisher.
ID3.WWWRadioPageWWW Radio PageOfficial internet radio station homepage.
ID3.WWWUserWWW UserUser defined URL link.

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Image

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
Image.AlbumAlbumName of an album the image belongs to.
Image.CommentsCommentsUser definable free text.
Image.CopyrightCopyrightEmbedded copyright message.
Image.CreatorCreatorName of the author.
Image.DateDateDatetime image was originally created.
Image.DescriptionDescriptionDescription of the image.
Image.ExposureProgramExposure ProgramThe program used by the camera to set exposure when the picture is taken. EG Manual, Normal, Aperture priority etc.
Image.ExposureTimeExposure TimeExposure time used to capture the photo in seconds.
Image.FlashFlashSet to "1" if flash was fired.
Image.FnumberF NumberDiameter of the aperture relative to the effective focal length of the lens.
Image.FocalLengthFocal LengthFocal length of lens in mm.
Image.HeightHeightHeight in pixels.
Image.ISOSpeedISO SpeedISO speed used to acquire the document contents. For example, 100, 200, 400, etc.
Image.KeywordsKeywordsString of keywords.
Image.MakeMakeMake of camera used to take the image.
Image.MeteringModeMetering ModeMetering mode used to acquire the image (IE Unknown, Average, CenterWeightedAverage, Spot, MultiSpot, Pattern, Partial).
Image.ModelModelModel of camera used to take the image.
Image.OrientationOrientationRepresents the orientation of the image wrt camera (IE "top,left" or "bottom,right").
Image.SoftwareSoftwareSoftware used to produce/enhance the image.
Image.TitleTitleTitle of image.
Image.WhiteBalanceWhite BalanceWhite balance setting of the camera when the picture was taken (auto or manual).
Image.WidthWidthWidth in pixels.

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IPTC

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
IPTC.ActionAdvisedAction AdvisedThe type of action that this object provides to a previous object. '01' Object Kill, '02' Object Replace, '03' Object Append, '04' Object Reference.
IPTC.ARMIDARM IdentifierIdentifies the Abstract Relationship Method (ARM).
IPTC.ARMVersionARM VersionIdentifies the version of the Abstract Relationship Method (ARM).
IPTC.AudioDurationAudio DurationThe running time of the audio data in the form HHMMSS.
IPTC.AudioOutcueAudio OutcueThe content at the end of the audio data.
IPTC.AudioSamplingRateAudio Sampling RateThe sampling rate in Hz of the audio data.
IPTC.AudioSamplingResAudio Sampling ResolutionThe number of bits in each audio sample.
IPTC.AudioTypeAudio TypeThe number of channels and type of audio (music, text, etc.) in the object.
IPTC.BylineBy-lineName of the creator of the object, e.g. writer, photographer or graphic artist (multiple values allowed).
IPTC.BylineTitleBy-line TitleTitle of the creator or creators of the object.
IPTC.CaptionCaption, AbstractA textual description of the data
IPTC.CategoryCategoryIdentifies the subject of the object in the opinion of the provider (Deprecated).
IPTC.CharacterSetCoded Character SetControl functions used for the announcement, invocation or designation of coded character sets.
IPTC.CityCityCity of object origin.
IPTC.ConfirmedDataSizeConfirmed Data SizeTotal size of the object data.
IPTC.ContactContactThe person or organization which can provide further background information on the object (multiple values allowed).
IPTC.ContentLocCodeContent Location CodeIndicates the code of a country/geographical location referenced by the content of the object (multiple values allowed).
IPTC.ContentLocNameContent Location NameA full, publishable name of a country/geographical location referenced by the content of the object (multiple values allowed).
IPTC.CopyrightNoticeCopyright NoticeAny necessary copyright notice.
IPTC.CountryCodeCountry CodeThe code of the country/primary location where the object was created.
IPTC.CountryNameCountry NameThe name of the country/primary location where the object was created.
IPTC.CreditCreditIdentifies the provider of the object, not necessarily the owner/creator.
IPTC.DateCreatedDate CreatedThe date the intellectual content of the object was created rather than the date of the creation of the physical representation.
IPTC.DateSentDate SentThe day the service sent the material.
IPTC.DestinationDestinationRouting information.
IPTC.DigitalCreationDateDigital Creation DateThe date the digital representation of the object was created.
IPTC.DigitalCreationTimeDigital Creation TimeThe time the digital representation of the object was created.
IPTC.EditorialUpdateEditorial UpdateIndicates the type of update this object provides to a previous object. The link to the previous object is made using the ARM. '01' indicates an additional language.
IPTC.EditStatusEdit StatusStatus of the object, according to the practice of the provider.
IPTC.EnvelopeNumEnvelope NumberA number unique for the date in 1:70 and the service ID in 1:30.
IPTC.EnvelopePriorityEnvelope PrioritySpecifies the envelope handling priority and not the editorial urgency. '1' for most urgent, '5' for normal, and '8' for least urgent. '9' is user-defined.
IPTC.ExpirationDateExpiration DateDesignates the latest date the provider intends the object to be used.
IPTC.ExpirationTimeExpiration TimeDesignates the latest time the provider intends the object to be used.
IPTC.FileFormatFile FormatFile format of the data described by this metadata.
IPTC.FileVersionFile VersionVersion of the file format.
IPTC.FixtureIDFixture IdentifierIdentifies objects that recur often and predictably, enabling users to immediately find or recall such an object.
IPTC.HeadlineHeadlineA publishable entry providing a synopsis of the contents of the object.
IPTC.ImageOrientationImage OrientationThe layout of the image area: 'P' for portrait, 'L' for landscape, and 'S' for square.
IPTC.ImageTypeImage TypeIndicates the data format of the image object.
IPTC.KeywordsKeywordsUsed to indicate specific information retrieval words (multiple values allowed).
IPTC.LanguageIDLanguage IdentifierThe major national language of the object, according to the 2-letter codes of ISO 639:1988.
IPTC.MaxObjectSizeMaximum Object SizeThe largest possible size of the object if the size is not known.
IPTC.MaxSubfileSizeMax Subfile SizeThe maximum size for a subfile dataset (8:10) containing a portion of the object data.
IPTC.ModelVersionModel VersionVersion of IIM part 1.
IPTC.ObjectAttributeObject Attribute ReferenceDefines the nature of the object independent of the subject (multiple values allowed).
IPTC.ObjectCycleObject CycleWhere 'a' is morning, 'p' is evening, 'b' is both.
IPTC.ObjectNameObject NameA shorthand reference for the object.
IPTC.ObjectSizeAnnouncedObject Size AnnouncedThe total size of the object data if it is known.
IPTC.ObjectTypeObject Type ReferenceDistinguishes between different types of objects within the IIM.
IPTC.OriginatingProgramOriginating ProgramThe type of program used to originate the object.
IPTC.OrigTransRefOriginal Transmission ReferenceA code representing the location of original transmission.
IPTC.PreviewDataPreview DataThe object preview data
IPTC.PreviewFileFormatPreview File FormatBinary value indicating the file format of the object preview data in dataset 2:202.
IPTC.PreviewFileFormatVerPreview File Format VersionThe version of the preview file format specified in 2:200.
IPTC.ProductIDProduct IDAllows a provider to identify subsets of its overall service.
IPTC.ProgramVersionProgram VersionThe version of the originating program.
IPTC.ProvinceProvince, StateThe Province/State where the object originates.
IPTC.RasterizedCaptionRasterized CaptionContains rasterized object description and is used where characters that have not been coded are required for the caption.
IPTC.RecordVersionRecord VersionIdentifies the version of the IIM, Part 2
IPTC.RefDateReference DateThe date of a prior envelope to which the current object refers.
IPTC.RefNumberReference NumberThe Envelope Number of a prior envelope to which the current object refers.
IPTC.RefServiceReference ServiceThe Service Identifier of a prior envelope to which the current object refers.
IPTC.ReleaseDateRelease DateDesignates the earliest date the provider intends the object to be used.
IPTC.ReleaseTimeRelease TimeDesignates the earliest time the provider intends the object to be used.
IPTC.ServiceIDService IdentifierIdentifies the provider and product.
IPTC.SizeModeSize ModeSet to 0 if the size of the object is known and 1 if not known.
IPTC.SourceSourceThe original owner of the intellectual content of the object.
IPTC.SpecialInstructionsSpecial InstructionsOther editorial instructions concerning the use of the object.
IPTC.StateProvince, StateThe Province/State where the object originates.
IPTC.SubfileSubfileThe object data itself. Subfiles must be sequential so that the subfiles may be reassembled.
IPTC.SubjectRefSubject ReferenceA structured definition of the subject matter. It must contain an IPR, an 8 digit Subject Reference Number and an optional Subject Name, Subject Matter Name, and Subject Detail Name each separated by a colon (:).
IPTC.SublocationSub-locationThe location within a city from which the object originates.
IPTC.SupplCategorySupplemental CategoryFurther refines the subject of the object (Deprecated).
IPTC.TimeCreatedTime CreatedThe time the intellectual content of the object was created rather than the date of the creation of the physical representation (multiple values allowed).
IPTC.TimeSentTime SentThe time the service sent the material.
IPTC.UNOUnique Name of ObjectAn eternal, globally unique identification for the object, independent of provider and for any media form.
IPTC.UrgencyUrgencySpecifies the editorial urgency of content and not necessarily the envelope handling priority. '1' is most urgent, '5' normal, and '8' least urgent.
IPTC.WriterEditorWriter/EditorThe name of the person involved in the writing, editing or correcting the object or caption/abstract (multiple values allowed)

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PDF

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
PDF.PageSizePage SizePage size format.
PDF.PageWidthPage WidthPage width in mm.
PDF.PageHeightPage HeightPage height in mm.
PDF.VersionPDF VersionThe PDF version of the document.
PDF.ProducerProducerThe application that converted the document to PDF.
PDF.EmbeddedFilesEmbedded FilesNumber of embedded files in the document.
PDF.OptimizedFast Web ViewSet to "1" if optimized for network access.
PDF.PrintingPrintingSet to "1" if printing is allowed.
PDF.HiResPrintingPrinting in High ResolutionSet to "1" if high resolution printing is allowed.
PDF.CopyingCopyingSet to "1" if copying the contents is allowed.
PDF.ModifyingModifyingSet to "1" if modifying the contents is allowed.
PDF.DocAssemblyDocument AssemblySet to "1" if inserting, rotating, or deleting pages and creating navigation elements is allowed.
PDF.CommentingCommentingSet to "1" if adding or modifying text annotations is allowed.
PDF.FormFillingForm FillingSet to "1" if filling of form fields is allowed.
PDF.AccessibilitySupportAccessibility SupportSet to "1" if accessibility support (eg. screen readers) is enabled.

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Vorbis

Tag.CodeTag nameTag description
Vorbis.ContactContactContact information for the creators or distributors of the track.
Vorbis.DescriptionDescriptionA textual description of the data.
Vorbis.LicenseLicenseLicense information.
Vorbis.LocationLocationLocation where track was recorded.
Vorbis.ContactMaximum bitrateMaximum bitrate in kbps.
Vorbis.ContactMinimum bitrateMinimum bitrate in kbps.
Vorbis.ContactNominal bitrateNominal bitrate in kbps.
Vorbis.OrganizationOrganizationOrganization producing the track.
Vorbis.VendorVendorVorbis vendor ID.
Vorbis.VersionVorbis VersionVorbis version.

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