The Registration Authority provides publicly accessible registers of metadata and identifiers according to SMPTE standards and/or authority granted by other bodies.
MPEG Transport Stream Identifiers
SMPTE Registration Authority, LLC is the registration authority for ISO/IEC 13818-1:2000 Information Technology - Generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information - Systems
SMPTE is authorized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) to register MPEG-2 format identifiers per ISO/IEC 13818-1:2000 Annex O: Registration procedure [for "format_identifier" ].
SMPTE Metadata Registers
SMPTE Ancillary Data SMPTE ST 291
SMPTE Registration Authority, LLC is the registration authority for SMPTE ST 291:2011 SMPTE Standard for Television - Ancillary Data Packet and Space Formatting
SMPTE registers the data identification word assignments for registered DIDs.
SMPTE Unique Material Identifier (UMID) SMPTE ST 330
SMPTE Registration Authority, LLC is the registration authority for SMPTE 330 SMPTE Standard for Television - Unique Material Identifier
SMPTE registers the Country Code (Section 4.2.3) for countries not registered in ISO 3166-1, Organization Code (Section 4.2.4) and Freelance operators (Section 126.96.36.199).
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Video Payload Identification Codes SMPTE ST 352
SMPTE Registration Authority, LLC is the registration authority for SMPTE ST 352 Video Payload Identification Codes for Serial Digital Interfaces
This standard, available here, is the specification of a 4-byte payload identifier which may be added to digital interfaces for the purpose of identifying the video payload. The payload identifier is applicable to all serial digital interfaces and all payloads that produce a directly viewable image on a display device. Furthermore, the viewable ima ge must be a recognizable representation of the source image content.
The standard defines how the payload identifier is placed into a 10-bit ancillary data packet according to SMPTE ST 291.
It also specifies the repetition rate of the ancillary data packet, and provides the preferred horizontal and vertical location for the placement of the packet in different digital interfaces.
The standard also includes definitions for the interpretation of each byte of the 4-byte payload identifier although the values for many video payloads can have custom definitions.
The standard also defines the Video Payload Identification Code assignment process and associated on-line register for Byte 1 Values.
See Annex A for details on how to register new values.
SMPTE XML Schemas
SMPTE publishes XML schemas associated with various SMPTE standards. These schemas are available as supplemental data extensions to appropriate standards obtained from the SMPTE Digital Library; the schemas are provided in this location for reference and are available for use according to the license terms stated in the below.
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