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783Re: [newsml-g2] Raw/Edited Material identification in NewsML

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  • Michael Steidl (IPTC)
    Feb 10, 2009
      Hi Kostas

      you are excactly on the right track: the "genre" property should be the place to assert this.

      And you are correct, the current Genre NewsCodes don't provide a corresponding value.

      As ATC is a member of the IPTC you (or Evi) should issue a request to add these values to the Genre vocabulary - or even more.


      On 10 Feb 2009 at 12:06  k_konstantoulis wrote:

      > Hi,
      > Is there a field in NewsML/NewsML-G2 that can identify that a newsitem
      > contains Raw Material against Edited Material content? E.g. Raw
      > Video/Audio content or Edited Video/Audio content.
      > In Genre Vocabulary there is a value "Raw Sound" but not a "Raw Video"
      > one.
      > Thanks a lot,
      > Kostas
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