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Type Tag Format Description Free Premium
EXIF Altitude Ex. 120 m Indicates the altitude based on the reference in GPSAltitudeRef. Altitude is expressed as one RATIONAL value. The reference unit is meters.
EXIF Altitude Ref Indicates 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 GSPAltitude tag. The reference unit is meters. Note that this tag is BYTE type, unlike other reference tags.
EXIF Aperture Value Ex. 2.8 The lens aperture. The unit is the APEX value.
EXIF Artist A string up to 2000 (200 only for free mode) characters long This tag records the name of the camera owner, photographer or image creator. The detailed format is not specified, but it is recommended that the information be written as in the example below for ease of Interoperability. When the field is left blank, it is treated as unknown. Ex.) "Camera owner, John Smith; Photographer, Michael Brown; Image creator, Ken James"
EXIF Color Space The color space information tag is always recorded as the color space specifier. Normally sRGB 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 is set. Image data recorded as Uncalibrated can be treated as sRGB when it is converted to FlashPix.
EXIF Compression *This setting will not affect TIFF Files. It's unsafe for TIFF Files because the image may become unreadable! The 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 Copyright A string up to 2000 (200 only for free mode) characters long Copyright information. In this standard 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.". In this standard 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). When only the photographer copyright 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 Create Date Format: YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss No description available for this tag
EXIF Date Stamp Format: YYYY/MM/DD A character string recording date and time information relative to UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). The format is "YYYY:MM:DD.".
EXIF DateTime Original Format: YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss The date and time when the original image data was generated.
EXIF Dest Bearing Indicates the bearing to the destination point. The range of values is from 0.00 to 359.99.
EXIF Dest Bearing Ref Indicates the reference used for giving the bearing to the destination point. "T" denotes true direction and "M" is magnetic direction.
EXIF Dest Distance Indicates the distance to the destination point.
EXIF Dest Distance Ref Indicates the unit used to express the distance to the destination point. "K", "M" and "N" represent kilometers, miles and knots.
EXIF Dest Latitude Indicates the latitude of the destination point. The latitude is expressed as three RATIONAL values giving the degrees, minutes, and seconds, respectively. If latitude is expressed as degrees, minutes and seconds, a typical format would be 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 would be dd/1,mmmm/100,0/1.
EXIF Dest Latitude Ref Indicates whether the latitude of the destination point is north or south latitude. The ASCII value "N" indicates north latitude, and "S" is south latitude.
EXIF Dest Longitude Indicates the longitude of the destination point. The longitude is expressed as three RATIONAL values giving the degrees, minutes, and seconds, respectively. If longitude is expressed as degrees, minutes and seconds, a typical format would be 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 would be ddd/1,mmmm/100,0/1.
EXIF Dest Longitude Ref Indicates whether the longitude of the destination point is east or west longitude. ASCII "E" indicates east longitude, and "W" is west longitude.
EXIF Differential Indicates whether differential correction is applied to the GPS receiver.
EXIF Document Name A string up to 2000 (200 only for free mode) characters long The name of the document from which this image was scanned
EXIF DOP Indicates the GPS DOP (data degree of precision). An HDOP value is written during two-dimensional measurement, and PDOP during three-dimensional measurement.
EXIF Exposure Compensation Ex. -2 -1 -0.3 0 +1 +1/3 +2 The exposure compensation used on the camera feed to lighten or darken it.
EXIF Exposure Mode This 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 Exposure Program The class of the program used by the camera to set exposure when the picture is taken.
EXIF Exposure Time Ex. 1/800 Exposure time, given in seconds.
EXIF F Number Ex. 2.8 The F number.
EXIF Flash This tag is recorded when an image is taken using a strobe light (flash).
EXIF Focal Length Ex. 35 or 35.5 or 35 mm or 35.5 mm The actual focal length of the lens, in mm.
EXIF Focal Length In 35mm Format Ex. 35 or 35 mm This 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 tag.
EXIF Image Description A string up to 2000 (200 only for free mode) characters long A character string giving the title of the image. It may be a comment such as "1988 company picnic" or the like. Two-bytes character codes cannot be used. When a 2-bytes code is necessary, the Exif Private tag "UserComment" is to be used.
EXIF Image Height A number between 0 and 2147483647 No description available for this tag
EXIF Image Width A number between 0 and 2147483647 The 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 Img Direction Indicates the direction of the image when it was captured. The range of values is from 0.00 to 359.99.
EXIF Img Direction Ref Indicates the reference for giving the direction of the image when it is captured. "T" denotes true direction and "M" is magnetic direction.
EXIF Interop Index With the rapidly growing popularity of digital still cameras, there are increasing demands for file interchangeability, which will allow images captured on one camera to be viewed on another, or output directly to a printer. ExifR98 is a set of compatibility recommendations designed to meet such needs, by strictly defining the range of Exif application, and by setting out detailed rules for recording and playing image files not specified in the Exif format.
EXIF ISO Ex. 1600 or 3200 ISO, which stands for International Standards Organization, is the sensitivity to light as pertains to either film or a digital sensor.
EXIF Latitude Decimal degrees with up to 10 decimal places Indicates 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 Latitude Ref Indicates whether the latitude is north or south latitude. The ASCII value 'N' indicates north latitude, and 'S' is south latitude.
EXIF Lens Make A string up to 1000 (200 only for free mode) characters long This tag records the lens manufactor as an ASCII string.
EXIF Lens Model A string up to 1000 (200 only for free mode) characters long This tag records the lens's model name and model number as an ASCII string.
EXIF Lens Serial Number A string up to 1000 (200 only for free mode) characters long This tag records the serial number of the interchangeable lens that was used in photography as an ASCII string.
EXIF Longitude Decimal degrees with up to 10 decimal places Indicates 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 Longitude Ref Indicates whether the longitude is east or west longitude. ASCII 'E' indicates east longitude, and 'W' is west longitude.
EXIF Make A string up to 1000 (200 only for free mode) characters long The 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 Map Datum Ex. WGS-84 Indicates the geodetic survey data used by the GPS receiver. If the survey data is restricted to Japan, the value of this tag is "TOKYO" or "WGS-84".
EXIF Max Aperture Value Ex. 2.8 The 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 Measure Mode Indicates the GPS measurement mode. "2" means two-dimensional measurement and "3" means three-dimensional measurement is in progress.
EXIF Metering Mode The metering mode.
EXIF Model A string up to 1000 (200 only for free mode) characters long The 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 Modify Date Format: YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss No description available for this tag
EXIF Offset Time Time zone for ModifyDate
EXIF Offset Time Digitized Time zone for CreateDate
EXIF Offset Time Original Time zone for DateTimeOriginal
EXIF Orientation The image orientation viewed in terms of rows and columns.
EXIF Owner Name A string up to 2000 (200 only for free mode) characters long This tag records the owner of a camera used in photography as an ASCII string.
EXIF Photometric Interpretation The pixel composition. In JPEG compressed data a JPEG marker is used instead of this tag.
EXIF Planar Configuration Indicates 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 Processing Software A string up to 2000 (200 only for free mode) characters long The name and version of the software used to post-process the picture.
EXIF Resolution Unit The unit for measuring and . The same unit is used for both and . If the image resolution is unknown, 2 (inches) is designated.
EXIF Satellites Ex. 06 Indicates the GPS satellites used for measurements. This tag can be used to describe the number of satellites, their ID number, angle of elevation, azimuth, SNR and other information in ASCII notation. The format is not specified. If the GPS receiver is incapable of taking measurements, value of the tag is set to NULL.
EXIF Shutter Speed Value Ex. 1/800 Shutter speed. The unit is the APEX (Additive System of Photographic Exposure) setting.
EXIF Software A string up to 1000 (200 only for free mode) characters long This tag records the name and version of the software or firmware of the camera or image input device used to generate the image. The detailed format is not specified, but it is recommended that the example shown below be followed. When the field is left blank, it is treated as unknown.
EXIF Speed Indicates the speed of GPS receiver movement.
EXIF Speed Ref Indicates the unit used to express the GPS receiver speed of movement. "K" "M" and "N" represents kilometers per hour, miles per hour, and knots.
EXIF Status Indicates the status of the GPS receiver when the image is recorded. "A" means measurement is in progress, and "V" means the measurement is Interoperability.
EXIF Subfile Type A general indication of the kind of data contained in this subfile.
EXIF Thresholding For black and white TIFF files that represent shades of gray, the technique used to convert from gray to black and white pixels.
EXIF Time Stamp Ex. 14:27:07.24 Indicates the time as UTC (Coordinated Universal Time). is expressed as three RATIONAL values giving the hour, minute, and second (atomic clock).
EXIF Time Zone Offset 1 or 2 values: 1. The time zone offset of DateTimeOriginal from GMT in hours, 2. If present, the time zone offset of ModifyDate
EXIF Track Indicates the direction of GPS receiver movement. The range of values is from 0.00 to 359.99.
EXIF Track Ref Indicates the reference for giving the direction of GPS receiver movement. "T" denotes true direction and "M" is magnetic direction.
EXIF User Comment A string up to 2000 (200 only for free mode) characters long A tag for Exif users to write keywords or comments on the image besides those in , and without the character code limitations of the tag.
EXIF Version ID Ex. 2.2.0.0 or 2.3.0.0 Indicates the version of . The version is given as 2.0.0.0. This tag is mandatory when tag is present. (Note: The tag is given in bytes, unlike the tag. When the version is 2.0.0.0, the tag value is 02000000.H).
EXIF White Balance This tag indicates the white balance mode set when the image was shot.
EXIF X Resolution Ex. 300 The number of pixels per in the direction. When the image resolution is unknown, 72 [dpi] is designated.
EXIF Y Resolution Ex. 300 The number of pixels per in the direction. The same value as is designated.
IPTC Action Advised Indicates the type of action that this object provides to a previous object. The link to the previous object is made using tags ARMIdentifier and ARMVersion, according to the practices of the provider.
IPTC ARM Identifier A number between 0 and 65535 The DataSet identifies the Abstract Relationship Method identifier (ARM) which is described in a document registered by the originator of the ARM with the IPTC and NAA organizations.
IPTC ARM Version A number between 0 and 65535 This tag consisting of a binary number representing the particular version of the ARM specified by tag ARMId.
IPTC Bits Per Component A number between 0 and 255 No description available for this tag
IPTC Caption Abstract A string up to 2000 (256 only for free mode) characters long A textual description of the objectdata.
IPTC Catalog Sets A string up to 256 characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC City A string up to 32 characters long Name of the city of the location shown in the image. This element is at the third level of a top-down geographical hierarchy. Enter the name of the city pictured in this image
IPTC Classify State A string up to 64 characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Color Representation Available options: "No Image, Single Frame", "Monochrome, Single Frame", "3 Components, Single Frame", "3 Components, Frame Sequential in Multiple Objects", "3 Components, Frame Sequential in One Object", "3 Components, Line Sequential", "3 Components, Pixel Sequential", "3 Components, Special Interleaving", "4 Components, Single Frame", "4 Components, Frame Sequential in Multiple Objects", "4 Components, Frame Sequential in One Object", "4 Components, Line Sequential", "4 Components, Pixel Sequential", "4 Components, Special Interleaving"
IPTC Color Sequence A number between 0 and 255 No description available for this tag
IPTC Contact A string up to 128 characters long Identifies the person or organisation which can provide further background information on the objectdata.
IPTC Content Location Code A string up to 3 characters long Indicates the code of a country/geographical location referenced by the content of the object. Where ISO has established an appropriate country code under ISO 3166, that code will be used.
IPTC Content Location Name A string up to 64 characters long Provides a full, publishable name of a country/geographical location referenced by the content of the object, according to guidelines of the provider.
IPTC Copyright Notice A string up to 128 (64 only for free mode) characters long Contains any necessary copyright notice for claiming the intellectual property for this photograph and should identify the current owner of the copyright for the photograph. Other entities like the creator of the photograph may be added in the corresponding field. Notes on usage rights should be provided in "Rights usage terms". Enter a Notice on the current owner of the Copyright for this image, such as ©2008 Jane Doe
IPTC Country Primary Location Code A string up to 3 characters long Code of the country of the location shown in the image. This element is at the top/first level of a top-down geographical hierarchy. The code should be taken from ISO 3166 two or three letter code. The full name of a country should go to the "Country" element. Enter the 2 or 3 letter ISO 3166 Country Code of the Country pictured in this image. Enter the 2 or 3 letter ISO 3166 Country Code of the Country pictured in this image
IPTC Country Primary Location Name A string up to 64 characters long Full name of the country of the location shown in the image. This element is at the top/first level of a top-down geographical hierarchy. The full name should be expressed as a verbal name and not as a code, a code should go to the element "CountryCode". Enter the name of the country pictured in this image
IPTC Creator (aka By-Line) A string up to 32 characters long Contains the name of the photographer, but in cases where the photographer should not be identified the name of a company or organisation may be appropriate.
IPTC Creator's jobtitle (By-Line Title) A string up to 32 characters long A by-line title is the title of the creator or creators of an objectdata. Where used, a by-line title should follow the by-line it modifies. Enter the Job Title of the person listed in the Creator field.
IPTC Credit A string up to 32 characters long The credit to person(s) and/or organisation(s) required by the supplier of the image to be used when published. This is a free-text field. Enter who should be credited when this image is published.
IPTC Data Compression Method A number between 0 and 2147483647 The DataSet specifies the provider/owner, type, and version of the compression algorithm.
IPTC Date Created Format: YYYY/MM/DD Designates the date and optionally the time the content of the image was created rather than the date of the creation of the digital representation. Enter the Date the image was taken.
IPTC Date Sent Format: YYYY/MM/DD This is the date the service sent the material.
IPTC Destination A string up to 1024 (256 only for free mode) characters long A textual description, including captions, of the image. Enter a "caption" describing the who, what, and why of what is happening in this image, this might include names of people, and/or their role in the action that is taking place within the image.
IPTC Digital Creation Date Format: YYYY/MM/DD No description available for this tag
IPTC Digital Creation Time Format: hh:mm:ss No description available for this tag
IPTC Document History A string up to 256 characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Document Notes A string up to 1024 (256 only for free mode) characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Edit Status A string up to 64 characters long Status of the objectdata, according to the practice of the provider.
IPTC Editorial Update Two-digit number. 01 = Additional language 01 = Additional language. Signifies that the accompanying Record 2 DataSets repeat information from another object in a different natural language
IPTC Envelope Number A code with a max of 8 num. digits The characters form a number that will be unique for the date specified in DateSent tag and for the Service Identifier specified by ServiceIdentifier tag. If identical envelope numbers appear with the same date and with the same Service Identifier, records 2-9 must be unchanged from the original. This is not intended to be a sequential serial number reception check.
IPTC Envelope Priority Specifies the envelope handling priority and not the editorial urgency (see Urgency tag). "1" indicates the most urgent, "5" the normal urgency, and "8" the least urgent copy. The numeral "9" indicates a User Defined Priority. The numeral "0" is reserved for future use.
IPTC Excursion Tolerance Available options: "Not Allowed", "Allowed"
IPTC Exif Camera Info A string up to 2000 (256 only for free mode) characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Expiration Date Format: YYYY/MM/DD This property accesses the ExpirationDate DataSet (2:37). The DataSet designates in the form CCYYMMDD the latest date the provider or owner intends the objectdata to be used.
IPTC Expiration Time Format: hh:mm:ss No description available for this tag
IPTC File Format A binary number representing the file format. The file format must be registered with IPTC or NAA with a unique number assigned to it. The information is used to route the data to the appropriate system and to allow the receiving system to perform the appropriate actions there to.
IPTC File Version A number between 0 and 65535 A binary number representing the particular version of the File Format specified by FileFormat tag.
IPTC Fixture Identifier A string up to 32 characters long Identifies objectdata that recurs often and predictably. Enables users to immediately find or recall such an object.
IPTC Gamma Compensated Value A number between 0 and 65535 The DataSet specifies the value of gamma for the device multiplied by 100. If this DataSet is omitted, receiving equipment should assume that a gamma value of 2.22 applies.
IPTC Headline A string up to 256 characters long A brief synopsis of the caption. Headline is not the same as Title. Enter a brief publishable synopsis or summary of the contents of the image
IPTC Image Orientation Indicates the layout of the image area. Allowed values are P (for Portrait), L (for Landscape) and S (for Square).
IPTC Interchange Color Space Available options: "X,Y,Z CIE", "RGB SMPTE", "Y,U,V (K) (D65)", "RGB Device Dependent", "CMY (K) Device Dependent", "Lab (K) CIE", "YCbCr", "sRGB"
IPTC IPTC Bits Per Sample A number between 0 and 255 No description available for this tag
IPTC IPTC Image Height A number between 0 and 65535 No description available for this tag
IPTC IPTC Image Rotation Available options: "0", "90", "180", "270"
IPTC IPTC Image Width A number between 0 and 65535 No description available for this tag
IPTC IPTC Picture Number 4 numbers comma separated: 1-Manufacturer ID, 2-Equipment ID, 3-Date, 4-Sequence No description available for this tag
IPTC IPTC Pixel Height A number between 0 and 65535 No description available for this tag
IPTC IPTC Pixel Width A number between 0 and 65535 No description available for this tag
IPTC Job ID A string up to 64 characters long Number or identifier for the purpose of improved workflow handling. This is a user created identifier related to the job for which the image is supplied. Enter a number or identifier needed for workflow control or tracking.
IPTC Keywords A string up to 64 characters long Keywords to express the subject of the image. Keywords may be free text and don’t have to be taken from a controlled vocabulary. Codes from the controlled vocabulary IPTC Subject NewsCodes must go to the "Subject Code" field. Enter any number of keywords, terms or phrases used to express the subject matter in the image.
IPTC Master Document ID A string up to 256 characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Maximum Density Range A number between 0 and 65535 No description available for this tag
IPTC News Photo Version A number between 0 and 65535 No description available for this tag
IPTC Object Cycle Available options: "Morning", "Both Morning and Evening", "Evening"
IPTC Object Name / Title A string up to 64 characters long A shorthand reference for the digital image. Title provides a short human readable name which can be a text and/or numeric reference. It is not the same as Headline. Enter a short verbal and human readable name for the image, this may be the file name.
IPTC Original Transmission Reference / Job Identifier A string up to 32 characters long A code representing the location of original transmission according to practices of the provider.
IPTC Originating Program A string up to 32 characters long n Identifies the type of program used to originate the objectdata.
IPTC Owner ID A string up to 128 characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Product ID A string up to 32 characters long Allows a provider to identify subsets of its overall service. Used to provide receiving organisation data on which to select, route, or otherwise handle data.
IPTC Program Version A string up to 10 characters long Used to identify the version of the program mentioned in "OriginatingProgram". DataSet "ProgramVersion" is invalid if "OriginatingProgram" is not present.
IPTC Province State A string up to 32 characters long Name of the subregion of a country of the location shown in the image. This element is at the second level of a top-down geographical hierarchy. Enter the name of the province or state pictured in this image.
IPTC Quantization Method Available options: "Linear Reflectance/Transmittance", "Linear Density", "IPTC Ref B", "Linear Dot Percent", "AP Domestic Analogue", "Compression Method Specific", "Color Space Specific", "Gamma Compensated"
IPTC Reference Date Format: YYYY/MM/DD Identifies the date of a prior envelope to which the current object refers.
IPTC Reference Number A code with a max of 8 num. digits Identifies the Envelope Number of a prior envelope to which the current object refers.
IPTC Reference Service A string up to 10 characters long Identifies the Service Identifier of a prior envelope to which the current object refers.
IPTC Release Date Format: YYYY/MM/DD No description available for this tag
IPTC Release Time Format: hh:mm:ss No description available for this tag
IPTC Sample Structure Available options: "OrthogonalConstangSampling", "Orthogonal4-2-2Sampling", "CompressionDependent"
IPTC Scanning Direction This property accesses the Scanning Direction DataSet (3:100). The DataSet indicates the correct relative two dimensional order of the pixels in the objectdata.
IPTC Service Identifier A string up to 10 characters long Identifies the provider and product.
IPTC Short Document ID A string up to 64 characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Similarity Index A string up to 32 characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Source A string up to 32 characters long The name of a person or party who has a role in the content supply chain. This could be an agency, a member of an agency, an individual or a combination. Source could be different from Creator and from the entities in the Copyright Notice. Enter or edit the name of a person or party who has a role in the content supply chain, such as a person or entity from whom you received this image from.
IPTC Special Instructions A string up to 256 characters long Other editorial instructions concerning the use of the objectdata, such as embargoes and warnings.
IPTC Sub Location A string up to 32 characters long Exact name of the sublocation shown in the image. This sublocation name could either be the name of a sublocation to a city or the name of a well known location or (natural) monument outside a city. In the sense of a sublocation to a city this element is at the fourth level of a top-down geographical hierarchy. Enter the name of the Sublocation pictured in this image.
IPTC Subject Reference A string up to 236 (64 only for free mode) characters long Is a structured definition of the subject matter. It must contain an IPR (default value is 'IPTC'), an 8 digit Subject Reference Number and optional Subject Name, Subject Matter Name and Subject Detail Name. Parts are separated by an ':'.
IPTC Supplemental Categories A string up to 32 characters long Supplemental categories further refine the subject of an object data. A supplemental category may include any of the recognised categories as used in tag Category.
IPTC Supplemental Type Available options: "Main Image", "Reduced Resolution Image", "Logo", "Rasterized Caption"
IPTC Time Created Format: hh:mm:ss No description available for this tag
IPTC Time Sent Format: hh:mm:ss This is the time the service sent the material.
IPTC Unique Document ID A string up to 128 characters long No description available for this tag
IPTC Urgency Specifies the editorial urgency of content and not necessarily the envelope handling priority ). The '1' is most urgent, '5' normal and '8' denotes the least urgent copy. '0', '9' reserved for future use.
IPTC Writer-Editor A string up to 32 characters long Enter the name of the person involved in writing, editing or correcting the description of the image
QUICKTIME Bit Depth read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Color Representation read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Compatible Brands read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Compressor ID read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Compressor Name read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Create Date read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Current Time read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Duration read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Encoder read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Graphics Mode read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Handler Type read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Image Height read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Image Width read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Major Brand read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Matrix Structure read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Media Create Date read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Media Duration read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Media Header Version read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Media Language Code read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Media Modify Date read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Media Time Scale read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Minor Version read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Modify Date read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Movie Data Offset read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Movie Data Size read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Movie Header Version read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Next Track ID read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Op Color read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Pixel Aspect Ratio read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Poster Time read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Preferred Rate read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Preferred Volume read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Preview Duration read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Preview Time read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Selection Duration read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Selection Time read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Source Image Height read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Source Image Width read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Time Scale read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Track Create Date read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Track Duration read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Track Header Version read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Track ID read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Track Layer read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Track Modify Date read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Track Volume read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Video Frame Rate read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME X Resolution read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
QUICKTIME Y Resolution read-only Quicktime tags are read-only
XMP Additional Model Information A string up to 256 characters long Information about the ethnicity and other facets of the model(s) in a model-released image. Enter information like ethnicity or other details about the model(s) in this image.
XMP Artwork Or Object A string up to 256 characters long A structured datatype for details about artwork or an object in an image. Includes a Copyright Notice, a Creator, a Date Created, a Source, a Source Inventory Number and a Title.
XMP Authors Position (aka Creator Jobtitle) A string up to 256 characters long Contains the job title of the person who created the content of this news object. As this is sort of a qualifier the Creator element has to be filled in as mandatory prerequisite for using Creator's Jobtitle.
XMP Caption Writer A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long Identifier or the name of the person involved in writing, editing or correcting the description of the image.
XMP Capture Software A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long If capture was done using an application on a mobile device, such as an Android phone, the name of the application that was used (such as “Photo Sphere”). This should be left blank if source images were captured manually, such as by using a DSLR on a tripod.
XMP Category A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long The category of images to which the photo belongs.
XMP City A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long Name of the city of the location shown in the image. This element is at the third level of a top-down geographical hierarchy. Enter the name of the city pictured in this image
XMP Color Mode The colour mode. One of: 0 = Bitmap , 1 = Gray scale, 2 = Indexed colour, 3 = RGB colour, 4 = CMYK colour, 7 = Multi-channel, 8 = Duotone, 9 = LAB colour
XMP Copyright Owner A string up to 100 characters long Owner or owners of the copyright in the licensed image. Enter the owner or owners of the copyright in the licensed image.
XMP Copyright Status Available options: "Protected", "Public Domain", "Unknown"
XMP Country A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long Full name of the country of the location shown in the image. This element is at the top/first level of a top-down geographical hierarchy. The full name should be expressed as a verbal name and not as a code, a code should go to the element "CountryCode". Enter the name of the country pictured in this image
XMP Country Code A string up to 50 characters long Code of the country of the location shown in the image. This element is at the top/first level of a top-down geographical hierarchy. The code should be taken from ISO 3166 two or three letter code. The full name of a country should go to the "Country" element. Enter the 2 or 3 letter ISO 3166 Country Code of the Country pictured in this image. Enter the 2 or 3 letter ISO 3166 Country Code of the Country pictured in this image
XMP Creator A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long Contains the name of the photographer, but in cases where the photographer should not be identified the name of a company or organisation may be appropriate. Enter the name of the person that created this image.
XMP Creator Contact Info A string up to 100 characters long The creator’s contact information provides all necessary information to get in contact with the creator of this image and comprises a set of sub-properties for proper addressing.
XMP Credit A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long The credit to person(s) and/or organisation(s) required by the supplier of the image to be used when published. This is a free-text field. Enter who should be credited when this image is published.
XMP Credit Line Required Available options: "Credit Adjacent To Image", "Credit in Credits Area", "Credit on Image", "Not Required"
XMP Cropped Area Image Height Pixels A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Original height in pixels of the image (equal to the actual image’s height for unedited images). See diagrams above.
XMP Cropped Area Image Width Pixels A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Original width in pixels of the image (equal to the actual image’s width for unedited images). See diagrams above.
XMP Cropped Area Left Pixels A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Column where the left edge of the image was cropped from the full sized photo sphere. See diagrams above.
XMP Cropped Area Top Pixels A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Row where the top edge of the image was cropped from the full sized photo sphere. See diagrams above.
XMP Date Created Format: YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss Designates the date and optionally the time the content of the image was created rather than the date of the creation of the digital representation. Enter the Date the image was taken.
XMP Description A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long A textual description, including captions, of the image. Enter a "caption" describing the who, what, and why of what is happening in this image, this might include names of people, and/or their role in the action that is taking place within the image.
XMP Edit Status A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long Status of the objectdata, according to the practice of the provider.
XMP End User A string up to 100 characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Event A string up to 256 characters long Names or describes the specific event at which the photo was taken. Enter the name or description of the event where this image was taken.
XMP Exposure Lock Used When individual source photographs were captured, whether or not the camera’s exposure setting was locked.
XMP First Photo Date Format: YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss Date and time for the first image created in the photo sphere.
XMP Full Pano Height Pixels A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Original full height from which the image was cropped. If only a partial photo sphere was captured, this specifies the height of what the full photo sphere would have been. See diagrams above.
XMP Full Pano Width Pixels A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Original full width from which the image was cropped. If only a partial photo sphere was captured, this specifies the width of what the full photo sphere would have been. See diagrams above.
XMP Headline A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long A brief synopsis of the caption. Headline is not the same as Title. Enter a brief publishable synopsis or summary of the contents of the image
XMP ICC Profile Name A string up to 256 characters long n color management, an ICC profile is a set of data that characterizes a color input or output device, or a color space, according to standards promulgated by the International Color Consortium (ICC). Profiles describe the color attributes of a particular device or viewing requirement by defining a mapping between the device source or target color space and a profile connection space (PCS).
XMP Image Alteration Constraints Available options: "No Colorization", "No Cropping", "No De-Colorization", "No Flipping", "No Merging", "No Retouching"
XMP Image Creator A string up to 100 characters long Creator or creators of the image. Enter details about the creator or creators of this image.
XMP Image Duplication Constraints Available options: "Duplication Only as Necessary Under License", "No Duplication Constraints", "No Duplication"
XMP Image File Constraints Available options: "Maintain File Name", "Maintain File Type", "Maintain ID in File Name", "Maintain Metadata"
XMP Image File Format As Delivered Available options: "Windows Bitmap (BMP)", "Digital Negative (DNG)", "Encapsulated PostScript (EPS)", "Graphics Interchange Format (GIF)", "JPEG Interchange Formats (JPG, JIF, JFIF)", "Other", "Macintosh Picture (PICT)", "Portable Network Graphics (PNG)", "Photoshop Document (PSD)", "Proprietary RAW Image Format", "Tagged Image File Format (TIFF)", "Windows Media Photo (HD Photo)"
XMP Image File Size As Delivered Available options: "Greater than 50 MB", "Up to 1 MB", "Up to 10 MB", "Up to 30 MB", "Up to 50 MB"
XMP Image Supplier A string up to 100 characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Image Type Available options: "Illustrated Image", "Multimedia or Composited Image", "Other", "Photographic Image", "Video"
XMP Initial Horizontal FOV Degrees A real number. Ex. XXX.XX The initial horizontal field of view that the viewer should display (in degrees). This is similar to a zoom level.
XMP Initial View Heading Degrees A real number. Ex. XXX.XX The heading angle of the initial view in degrees clockwise from real world North, not relative to the pano center.
XMP Initial View Pitch Degrees A real number. Ex. XXX.XX The pitch angle of the initial view in degrees above the real world horizon, not relative to the pano center.
XMP Initial View Roll Degrees A real number. Ex. XXX.XX The roll angle of the initial view in degrees where level with the real world horizon is 0. As roll increases, the horizon rotates counterclockwise in the view.
XMP Instructions A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long Any of a number of instructions from the provider or creator to the receiver of the image which might include any of the following: embargoes (NewsMagazines OUT) and other restrictions not covered by the "Rights Usage Terms" field; information regarding the original means of capture (scanning notes, colourspace info) or other specific text information that the user may need for accurate reproduction; additional permissions required when publishing; credits for publishing if they exceed the IIM length of the credit field. Enter information about embargoes, or other restrictions not covered by the Rights Usage field.
XMP Intellectual Genre A string up to 256 characters long Describes the nature, intellectual, artistic or journalistic characteristic of an image. Enter a term to describe the nature of the image in terms of its intellectual or journalistic characteristics, such as daybook, or feature.
XMP Job Identifier (aka Transmission Reference) A string up to 100 characters long Number or identifier for the purpose of improved workflow handling.
XMP Label A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long XMP metadata includes an optional field named label. A label is a text or tag you can assign to an image.
XMP Largest Valid Interior Rect Height A real number. Ex. XXX.XX No description available for this tag
XMP Largest Valid Interior Rect Left A real number. Ex. XXX.XX No description available for this tag
XMP Largest Valid Interior Rect Top A real number. Ex. XXX.XX No description available for this tag
XMP Largest Valid Interior Rect Width A real number. Ex. XXX.XX No description available for this tag
XMP Last Photo Date Format: YYYY/MM/DD hh:mm:ss No description available for this tag
XMP Legacy IPTC Digest A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Licensor A string up to 100 characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Location A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long A structured datatype for details of a location. It includes a Sublocation, a City, a Province or State, a Country (Name and ISO-Code) and a World Region.
XMP Location Created A string up to 100 characters long The location the photo was taken. Enter the details about a location where this image was created
XMP Location Shown A string up to 100 characters long A location shown in the image. Enter the details about a location which is shown in this image.
XMP Marked Format: true / false Possible values: true or false
XMP Minor Model Age Disclosure Age of the youngest model pictured in the image, at the time that the image was made. Enter the age of the youngest model pictured in this image, at the time that this image was made.
XMP Model Age A number between 0 and 255 Age of the human model(s) at the time this image was taken in a model released image. Enter the age of the human model(s) at the time this image was made.
XMP Model Release ID A string up to 100 characters long Optional identifier associated with each Model Release. Enter an identifier for each Model Release.
XMP Model Release Status Summarises the availability and scope of model releases authorising usage of the likenesses of persons appearing in the photograph. Select one of the values for summarising the availability and scope of model releases authorising usage of the likenesses of persons appearing in the photograph.
XMP Organisation In Image Code A string up to 100 characters long Code from a controlled vocabulary for identifying the organisation or company which is featured in the image. Enter an identifier for the controlled vocabulary, then a colon, and finally the code from the vocabulary assigned to the organisation shown in this image (e.g. nasdaq:companyA)
XMP Organisation In Image Name A string up to 100 characters long Name of the organisation or company which is featured in the image. Enter the name of the organisation which is featured by this image.
XMP Person Image A string up to 100 characters long Name of a person shown in the image. Enter the name of the person shown in this image.
XMP Pose Heading Degrees A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Compass heading, measured in degrees clockwise from North, for the center the image. Value must be >= 0 and < 360.
XMP Pose Pitch Degrees A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Pitch, measured in degrees above the horizon, for the center in the image. Value must be >= -90 and <= 90.
XMP Pose Roll Degrees A real number. Ex. XXX.XX Roll, measured in degrees, of the image where level with the horizon is 0. As roll increases, the horizon rotates counterclockwise in the image. Value must be > -180 and <= 180.
XMP Projection Type A string up to 100 characters long Projection type used in the image file.
XMP Property Release ID A string up to 100 characters long Optional identifier associated with each Property Release. Enter an identifier for each Property Release.
XMP Property Release Status Summarises the availability and scope of property releases authorising usage of the properties appearing in the photograph. Select one of the values for summarising the availability and scope of property releases authorising usage of the properties appearing in the photograph.
XMP Rating Rating of the image by its user or supplier. The value shall be -1 or in the range 0..5. -1 indicates "rejected" and 0 "unrated". If an explicit value is missing the implicit default value is 0 should be assumed.
XMP Registry ID A string up to 100 characters long Both a Registry Item Id and a Registry Organisation Id to record any registration of this digital image with a registry. Enter IDs for this image and the registry issuing the image ID.
XMP Reuse Available options: "Not Applicable", "Repeat Use"
XMP Rights A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Scene A string up to 256 characters long Describes the scene of a photo content. Specifies one ore more terms from the IPTC "Scene-NewsCodes". Each Scene is represented as a string of 6 digits in an unordered list. Enter only the 6-digit codes from the IPTC Scene NewsCodes Controlled Vocabulary (see: http://cv.iptc.org/newscodes/scene)
XMP Sidecar For Extension A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Source A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long The name of a person or party who has a role in the content supply chain. This could be an agency, a member of an agency, an individual or a combination. Source could be different from Creator and from the entities in the Copyright Notice. Enter or edit the name of a person or party who has a role in the content supply chain, such as a person or entity from whom you received this image from.
XMP Source Photos Count A number between 0 and 65535 No description available for this tag
XMP State A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long Enter the name of the province or state pictured in this image
XMP Stitching Software A string up to 512 (256 only for free mode) characters long he software that was used to create the final photo sphere. This may sometimes be the same value as that of GPano:CaptureSoftware.
XMP Subject A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Subject Code A string up to 100 characters long Specifies one or more Subjects from the IPTC Subject-NewsCodes taxonomy to categorise the image. Each Subject is represented as a string of 8 digits in an unordered list. Enter only the 8-digit codes from the IPTC Subject NewsCode Controlled Vocabulary (see: http://cv.iptc.org/newscodes/subjectcode)
XMP Supplemental Categories A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long Supplemental categories further refine the subject of an object data. A supplemental category may include any of the recognised categories as used in tag Category.
XMP Terms And Conditions Text A string up to 256 characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Terms And Conditions URL A string up to 256 characters long No description available for this tag
XMP Title A string up to 256 (100 only for free mode) characters long A shorthand reference for the digital image. Title provides a short human readable name which can be a text and/or numeric reference. It is not the same as Headline. Enter a short verbal and human readable name for the image, this may be the file name.
XMP Urgency Specifies the editorial urgency of content and not necessarily the envelope handling priority ). The '1' is most urgent, '5' normal and '8' denotes the least urgent copy. '0', '9' reserved for future use.
XMP Usage Terms A string up to 256 characters long The licensing parameters of the image expressed in free-text. Enter instructions on how this image can legally be used.
XMP Use Panorama Viewer Whether to show this image in a photo sphere viewer rather than as a normal flat image. This may be specified based on user preferences or by the stitching software. The application displaying or ingesting the image may choose to ignore this.
XMP Web Statement A string up to 256 characters long URL referencing a web resource providing a statement of the copyright ownership and usage rights of the image.