Details on Product TTML 1.0

Open, Raised and Pending Review Issues

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There are 10 open and raised issues listed in the system.

ID State Title Raised on Product Open Actions
ISSUE-306 (edit)
Fractional time expressions in N.2 media timeBase
OPEN Appendix N.2 omits fractional time expressions 2014-05-02 TTML 1.0 0
ISSUE-322 (edit)
Drop NTSC Formula
OPEN Formula for dropNTSC time expressions is incorrect. 2014-06-19 TTML 1.0 0
ISSUE-333 (edit) OPEN use of application default frameRateMultipler, subFrameRate 2014-08-08 TTML 1.0 0
ISSUE-338 (edit) OPEN inconsistent implicit duration of singleton span in sequential container 2014-08-26 TTML 1.0 0
ISSUE-341 (edit) OPEN ambiguous definition for determination of descendant region identifier 2014-08-27 TTML 1.0 1
ISSUE-362 (edit) OPEN Handling forward interoperability of attribute extensions in TT namespaces. 2015-01-01 TTML 1.0 0
ISSUE-368 (edit)
ISD construction prunes <br/> erroneously
OPEN The [Construct Intermediate Document] process erroneously prunes empty <br> elements 2015-01-29 TTML 1.0 0
ISSUE-376 (edit)
OPEN Missing XML declaration 2015-03-19 TTML 1.0 0
ISSUE-399 (edit) OPEN add errata for initial value fallback language 2015-07-16 TTML 1.0 0
ISSUE-401 (edit)
Agent and actor circular references
OPEN Agent and actor circular references 2015-08-04 TTML 1.0 0

Open Actions

There are 2 open and pending review actions.

ID State Title Person Due Date Associated with
ACTION-383 (edit) open Missing XML declaration Glenn Adams 2015-04-30 TTML 1.0
ACTION-404 (edit) open Add note to issue 341 to reflect his current thinking Glenn Adams 2015-06-11 ISSUE-341

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