For example, AAF and MXF are two closely related formats employed in television and motion picture production.
2004 Recommendation The English version of this specification is the only normative version. Copyright © 2004-2014 This document is an edited version of the 2004 RDF XML Syntax Specification Recommendation.
The purpose of this revision is to make this document available as part of the RDF 1.1 document set.
Assuming a QDF file is valid, Quicken will use it to automatically create other related files with the QEL, QPH, QSD, and QTX extensions.
QDF files are also associated with the Snapform form document creator from Ringler Informatik AG and the Label Matrix bar code label software from Teklynx Software Solutions.
Changes are limited to revised references, terminology updates, and adaptations to the introduction.
The technical content of the document is unchanged, except for the fact that the datatype XMLLiiteral is marked as non-normative in RDF 1.1.Understand the meaning of the equal sign, and determine if equations involving addition and subtraction are true or false.For example, which of the following equations are true and which are false? Cluster: Work with addition and subtraction equations.The metadata in an AAF or MXF file, for example, may reference video and audio content that exists as a separate entity as well as content that is encapsulated within the file. These formats encapsulate their constituent files and, save for a directory that provides the filenames, do not describe the content and the relationships that may obtain between files.Archetypes include ZIP, Stuff It, and TAR, the latter associated with the UNIX operating system.Details of the changes are listed in the Changes section.