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MPV standard for multi media playlists, music, photo and video on storage
post Mar 14 2003, 11:28
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THIS seems like a good idea
... MPV (MusicPhotoVideo), a new open standard format to enhance the way consumers store and enjoy collections of personal music, photo and video content on storage media, such as data CDs and DVDs. Some companies will release the first MPV creation applications and players in the second half of 2003.
The MPV control file provides a table of contents of the storage media such as CDs and DVDs which a MPV-enabled device can quickly recognize and use to navigate and access the multimedia content. Additions and edits to playlists and multimedia content can be made easily without rewriting the entire disc.

Storage media, like CDs and flash memory cards, containing MPV playlists can be enjoyed on a PC or in any consumer electronics product that supports content in formats used on PCs such as MP3 and JPEG files. This will provide unprecedented ease of use and a much enhanced user experience.

It would be so good to have a nice index of your stuff, when you made a DVD-+R(W) collection, that would work on your computer, DVD standalone player, car mp3 player (somewhere in the future smile.gif). Once this becomes an established standard we can expect software/firmware to take advantage of it (collection managers etc.).
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post Mar 14 2003, 18:01
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It looks as a good project.
And it's based on XML biggrin.gif
That means there will be some basic XML parsing in hardware players soon !
And it also means that the format will be easy to handle and open.

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