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Field names

55 bytes removed, 07:48, 16 July 2009
Proposal: Added one more
# <code>COMPOSER</code>
# <code>TRACKTOTAL</code> &ndash; compliments complements the existing <code>TRACKNUMBER</code>
# <code>DISCNUMBER</code> &ndash; used if part of a multi-disc album
# <code>DISCTOTAL</code> &ndash; total number of discs in a multi-disc album
# <code>SOURCEMEDIA</code> &ndash; recommended because two different field names have been proposed
# <code>ENCODED-BY</code> &ndash; see [[VorbisComment]] page
# <code>ENCODER</code> &ndash; see [[VorbisComment]] page
# <code>METADATA_BLOCK_PICTURE</code> &ndash; see [[VorbisComment]] page
# <code>SOURCEMEDIA</code> &ndash; recommended because two different field names have been proposed
# <code>PRODUCTNUMBER</code> &ndash; recommended because two different field names have been proposed
The field name names <code>SOURCEMEDIA</code> and <code>PRODUCTNUMBER</code> could be dropped if Xiph does '''not''' wish to prescribe field names. (The alternative alternatives which has have also been proposed to store this the same information is are <code>SOURCE MEDIUM</code>.) There are also two proposals for a field name to store barcodes, <code>PRODUCTNUMBER</code> and <code>EAN/UPN</code>, respectively. If Xiph ''does'' wish to prescribe field names then <code>PRODUCTNUMBER</code> could be included. It is not included only because storing barcodes is thought to be esoteric.)
The triple field name <code>RIGHTSREMIXER</code>, has '''not''' been included as its use is covered by the existing <code>RIGHTS-DATEVERSION</code>, <code>RIGHTS-URI</code> has not been included because this is structured metadata. VorbisComments are inherently unstructured and this should be respected.
The field name triple <code>REMIXERRIGHTS</code> is , <code>RIGHTS-DATE</code>, <code>RIGHTS-URI</code>, proposed on the [[VorbisComment]] page, has '''not''' proposed as its use been included because this is covered by the existing <code>VERSION</code>structured metadata. VorbisComments are inherently unstructured and this should be respected.

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