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The TTML1 Recommendation has been produced by the W3C Timed Text (TT) Working Group as part of the W3C Video in the Web Activity.
This document lists the known errata to the TTML1
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E01: Correction in TTML1 Section 5.2 Profiles (published 30 01 2014)
Description:Minor typographical error, in the third paragraph under Table 2.
change "... and must not be appear ..."
to read "... and must not appear ...".
E02: Correction in TTML1 Appendix C - Media Type Registration (published 30 01 2014)
Correction in the Media Type Registration wording:
Resolution:Replace the body of Appendix C with the following:
This appendix is normative.
This appendix registers a new media type, "application/ttml+xml" in conformance with BCP 13 and W3CRegMedia. The information in this appendix is being submitted to the Internet Engineering Steering Group (IESG) for review, approval, and registration with the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA).
If specified, the
charset parameter must match the
XML encoding declaration, or if absent, the actual encoding.
The document profile of a TTMLDocument Instance may be specified
using an optional
profile parameter, which, if
specified, the value of which must adhere to the syntax and
ttp:profile parameter defined by
ttp:profile of the published specification.
As with other XML types and as noted in [XML Media Types] (http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc3023.txt), Section 10, repeated expansion of maliciously constructed XML entities can be used to consume large amounts of memory, which may cause XML processors in constrained environments to fail.
In addition, because of the extensibility features for TTML and of XML in general, it is possible that "application/ttml+xml" may describe content that has security implications beyond those described here. However, TTML does not provide for any sort of active or executable content, and if the processor follows only the normative semantics of the published specification, this content will be outside TTML namespaces and may be ignored. Only in the case where the processor recognizes and processes the additional content, or where further processing of that content is dispatched to other processors, would security issues potentially arise. And in that case, they would fall outside the domain of this registration document.
Although not prohibited, there are no expectations that XML signatures or encryption would normally be employed.
The published specification describes processing semantics that dictate behavior that must be followed when dealing with, among other things, unrecognized elements and attributes, both in TTML namespaces and in other namespaces.
Because TTML is extensible, conformant "application/ttml+xml" processors may expect (and enforce) that content received is well-formed XML, but it cannot be guaranteed that the content is valid to a particular DTD or Schema or that the processor will recognize all of the elements and attributes in the document.
This media type registration is extracted from Appendix C Media Type Registration of the Timed Text Markup Language (TTML) 1.0 specification: Timed Text Markup Language 1 (TTML1).
TTML is used in the television industry for the purpose of authoring, transcoding and exchanging timed text information and for delivering captions, subtitles, and other metadata for television material repurposed for the Web or, more generally, the Internet.
There is partial and full support of TTML in components used by several Web browsers plugins, and in a number of caption authoring tools.
For documents labeled as application/ttml+xml, the fragment identifier notation is intended to be used with xml:id attributes, as described in section 7.2.1 of the Timed Text Markup Language 1 (TTML1) specification.
Timed Text Working Group (email@example.com)
The published specification is a work product of the World Wide Web Consortium's Timed Text (TT) Working Group.
The W3C has change control over this specification.
E03: Correction in TTML1 Appendix M - Concrete Encoding (published 20 02 2014)
Description:Add standard XML named character entities unintentionally omitted from note.
change "... only the following named character entities are defined:
to read "... only the following named character entities are defined: