Changeset 22655


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05/13/13 20:10:32 (7 years ago)
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TranslationTeam
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[advanced_metadata] Update en_UK, thanks to : Kaare

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  • extensions/AMetaData/language/en_UK/plugin.lang.php

    r7921 r22655  
    105105$lang['g003_help_tab_xmp'] = "XMP"; 
    106106$lang['g003_help_tab_magic'] = "Magic"; 
    107 $lang['g003_help_exif'] = "EXIF Metadata is information stored in the image file by the camera at shooting. 
    108  
     107$lang['g003_help_exif'] = 'EXIF Metadata is information stored in the image file by the camera at shooting. 
    109108 
    110109The information there are mainly technical: 
     
    117116[/ul] 
    118117 
    119 EXIF metadata is standardized ([url]http://www.exif.org/Exif2-2.PDF[/url]), but : 
     118EXIF metadata is standardized ([url]http://www.exif.org/Exif2-2.PDF[/url]), but: 
    120119[ul] 
    121120[li]This standard established by the [url=http://www.jeita.or.jp]JEITA[/url] (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association) has no longer changed since 2002[/li] 
    122121[li]each metadata defined in the standard is optional, so not all cameras feed all metadata[/li] 
    123122[li]a [i]MakerNote[/i] metadata exists as an open field used by manufacturers to store information missing from the specifications (eg, lenses references); this data are specific to each manufacturer, sometimes for each camera. The plugin knows how to render some of this information for [b]Pentax[/b], [b]Canon[/b] and [b] Nikon [/b] cameras.[/li] 
    124 [/ul]"; 
    125  
    126 $lang['g003_help_iptc'] = "IPTC Metadata consists of information the photographer can record in the image with an appropriate software. 
     123[/ul]'; 
     124 
     125$lang['g003_help_iptc'] = 'IPTC Metadata consists of information the photographer can record in the image with an appropriate software. 
    127126 
    128127Information there is mainly oriented towards the professional world: 
     
    136135IPTC metadata is standardized ([url]http://www.iptc.org[/url]). 
    137136This standard has been established by a consortium of major news agencies in the world, the [i]International Press Telecommunications Council [/i] (IPTC). 
     137'; 
    138138[li] information on the format of the photo (size, resolution, compression)"; 
    139 $lang['g003_help_xmp'] = "XMP metadata are essentially EXIF and IPTC metadata that have been stored image file using XML format. 
     139$lang['g003_help_xmp'] = 'XMP metadata are essentially EXIF and IPTC metadata that have been stored in the image file using XML format. 
    140140 
    141141XMP metadata provide more flexibility: 
     
    151151EXIF & IPTC metadata conversion to XMP metadata is usually done with a photo editing software. 
    152152 
    153 As XMP model is poorer than EXIF, this conversion will result in information loss in the picture. Usually the lost information is not too important for most users; however, the standard recommends that the software recording XMP metadata retain the original metadata: unfortunately, that is not always the case."; 
    154 $lang['g003_help_magic'] = "The same information can be stored within a photo in multiple formats: 
     153As XMP model is poorer than EXIF, this conversion will result in information loss in the picture. Usually the lost information is not too important for most users; however, the standard recommends that the software recording XMP metadata retain the original metadata: unfortunately, that is not always the case.'; 
     154$lang['g003_help_magic'] = 'The same information can be stored within a photo in multiple formats: 
    155155[ul] 
    156156[li]it may exist in every format[/li] 
     
    162162[li][b]exif.exif.FNumber[/b][/li] 
    163163[li][b]exif.exif.ApertureValue[/b][/li] 
     164[li][b]xmp.exif:ApertureValue[/b][/li] 
     165[li][b]xmp.exif:FNumber[/b][/li] 
     166[/ul] 
     167 
     168To facilitate the rendering of information that may be scattered, the plugin provides a small group of the most used metadata, and takes on the analyze of those present in the picture to return the most relevant information. 
     169These are called [b]Magic[/b] metadata. 
     170 
     171Thus, the [b]magic.ShotInfo.Aperture[/b] metadata returns: 
     172[ul] 
     173[li]if present in the photo, the value of the [b]exif.exif.FNumber[/b] metadata, otherwise [/li] 
     174[li]if present in the photo, the value of the [b]xmp.exif: FNumber[/b] metadata, otherwise [/li] 
     175[li]if present in the photo, the value of the [b]exif.exif.ApertureValue[/b] metadata, otherwise [/li] 
     176[li]if present in the photo, the value of the [b]xmp.exif: ApertureValue[/b] metadata.[/li] 
     177[/ul]'; 
    164178[li][b]xmp.exif:ApertureValue[/b][/li] 
    165179[li][b]xmp.exif:FNumber[/b][/li] 
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