A list of descriptors that specify the extent or scope of the media.
- iOS 9.0+
- macOS 10.13+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+
The string values in this property typically include a location (such as a place name or geographic coordinates), a temporal period (such as a period label, date, or date range), or a jurisdiction (such as a named administrative entity).
It’s recommended that you select a value from a controlled vocabulary, and that when you need to specify a place or time period, you use a name instead of a numeric identifier, such as a set of coordinates or a date range.
A comment related to the media file.
The most recent date on which the file was downloaded or received.
A list of editors who have worked on the file.
A list of people who are visible in an image or movie or written about in a document.
A list of projects of which this file is a part.
The date on which the item was moved into its current location.
The codecs used to encode/decode the media.
A list of contacts who are associated with the content in some way, not including the author.
The duration (if appropriate) of the content of the file, in seconds.
A list of companies or organizations that created the content.
A value that indicates if the content is prepared for streaming.
The total bit rate of the media, combining audio and video.
A version string associated with the file.
A list of people, organizations, or services that made contributions to the media content.
A list of the included languages for the intellectual content of the media.
A list of people, organizations, services, or other entities responsible for making the media available.
A link to information about the rights held in and over the media.
Indicates the role of the content creator.
A value that indicates if the media contains explicit content.
The name of the director of the media (for example, a movie director).
A value that indicates if the media is local.
A user-supplied play count for the media.
The user-supplied rating of the media.
The URL associated with the media.