Using RDFa you can embed machine readable data into human viewable HTML documents.

Is there a similar "format" for media (images, video etc)?

Or perhaps there is a standard naming schema that allows linking of media urls to urls that contain the metadata for those media.?

asked 30 Dec '12, 19:25

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Adobe's XMP spec sounds like what you want. It lets you embed RDF into most formats that Adobe products can support such as JPEG and PDF files.

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answered 31 Dec '12, 08:03

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yeah, I was going to suggest XMP as well: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extensible_Metadata_Platform

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answered 31 Dec '12, 09:28

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