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Video metadata refers to the information about a video file including the author, the file location, the date when it's created, and more. In other words, it's data about data. Video metadata is used to help users organize or look up video files on a digital device.




Video Metadata Editor Database



If you found incorrect or outdated info in the video metadata, or you want a video to appear at the top of file search results on your computer, check the top 7 video metadata editors. They can help you modify the metadata of MP4, MKV, AVI, and MOV manually on Windows 10, 11, and Mac easily. Let's get started.


Though often taken as a video converting application, VideoProc Converter has baked in a free video metadata editor. Thanks to its unappalled format compatibility, it can edit metadata, tag, and property of videos in 370+ formats, instead of being an exclusive MP4 tag editor or MKV metadata editor.


Changeable metadata in VideoProc Converter includes file name, artists, genre, comment, media cover, comment, as well as album and lyrics in audio files. Besides, you are enabled to change the video codec, format container, resolution, frame rate, and more with its video conversion feature.


MyMeta is a popular metadata editor for MP4, MOV, and M4V files. Since it's mainly made for movies and TS shows, it owns a special feature to change information about the producer, director, cast, and screenwriter. Meanwhile, it allows a quick preview of the video before tagging it. And the best part of it is the built-in internet search engine that lets you find the latest info about the movie or TV episode.


ExifTool is a free and open source developed for writing, extracting, and editing meta info in videos, audios, and images. Everyone can get its installation package for free from its official website. It's a professional metadata editor that supports a significant number of media formats. If you are familiar with command lines, ExifTool is a good assistant to edit video file metadata.


EasyTAG is a free and simple app for viewing, writing, and editing metadata of MP4, MP3, FLAC, and OGG. When you import a video file to it, you'll see a list of editable options: author, title, track number, year, copywriter, URL, cover picture, etc. on the right side. In addition, it allows in-app searching and subdirectory browsing, so that you can view video files by author or folder.


If you are looking for a spreadsheet-based tag editor, AMVIDA could come to your rescue. It has a clear UI and quick search for videos in your library. In addition to MP4, AMVIDIA also works nicely with audio files. Notably, it lets you find and replace tags in bulk while dealing with texts and numbers.


FFmpeg is a cross-platform and open-source program running with command lines. Although it's often used to convert video and audio formats, many geeks use it to change mp4 metadata as well. It's powerful enough to change any options you want - title, date, author, and even format and codec.


A metadata schema is a collection of properties specific to a given workflow. The Dynamic Media schema, for example, includes properties like Scene and Shot Location that are ideal for digital video projects. Exif schemas, by contrast, include properties tailored to digital photography, like Exposure Time and Aperture Value. More general properties, like Date and Title, appear in the Dublin Core schema. To display different properties, see Show or hide metadata.


For the most part, Adobe video and audio applications deal with XMP metadata very similarly. Some small distinctions exist, however, reflecting the unique workflow stage that each application addresses. When using applications in tandem, an understanding of these slightly different approaches can help you get the most out of metadata.


Metadata is the pieces of information that help viewers understand what a video is about without having to watch it from start to finish. Things like titles, keywords, tags, timestamps, and descriptions are some metadata that should be added to a video before it is published online.


Adding the right metadata to your video is useful for many reasons. It makes it easy for search engines to correctly identify and index your video. This in turn helps viewers find your video when they search Google, iTunes, or video sharing platforms like YouTube and Vimeo.


For more experienced videographers, metadata is useful at every stage of the process of making a video, from production to post-production and publishing. Without the right metadata, professional video production and editing would be a very uphill task.


FEATURES: This software makes video editing easy with lots of extras like built-in audio tracks, sound effects, title presets, transition effects, and more. FilmoraPro lets users add metadata during the export process. Simply click the export button, which is now at the top of the media window. In the pop-up screen, click on the YouTube, Vimeo, or DVD tab, depending on how you want to publish your video, and edit the title, description, tags, category and privacy settings accordingly.


iFlicks is a media conversion and video metadata editor for macOS. In addition to being able to perform a variety of video format conversions, iFlicks supports detailed metadata editing and interacts seamlessly with iTunes. This app is available for a one-time fee or on a subscription basis.


FEATURES: The iFlicks metadata editor is superbly detailed with options for adding season and episode information for TV shows. Also available are fields for tagline, release date, genre, content rating, resolution, artwork, cast, and crew, etc. Some of these metadata will even be fetched automatically based on information available via iTunes.


VLC Media Player is the largest open-source media player in the world. Though primarily meant for playing media files, it has powerful features for video conversion, screen capture, downloading online videos, recording screening videos, and editing video metadata.


FEATURES: VLC's metadata editor can be found under MEDIA INFORMATION within the TOOLS menu in the top bar. Here, you can add information about the title, artist, album, publisher, and copyright of the video. VLC also lets users add custom metadata in a separate tab.


FEATURES: Subler actually loads the media file to be edited as separate audio and video files, allowing users to edit information about them individually. To edit metadata for the multimedia file, make sure neither the video nor the audio file is selected and click the metadata tab. Then, click the "+" button in the lower-left corner to see the long list of metadata you can add to the video.


Meta is a macOS software described as an advanced music tag editor. It supports many file formats, including MP4, and is therefore ideal for editing video metadata. Available for just $20, it has many powerful features for organizing and tagging media files.


FEATURES: Once a video file is imported into MetaZ, a number of tabs become active allowing for valuable metadata to be added. Under the video tab, you can set the video type and add information about the actors, directors, producers, and screenwriters. MetaZ also lets users search for information from any websites of their choice and will pair relevant metadata with the media files.


Metadata affects how we find information about videos online and how we organize our ever-growing media libraries. With these macOS video metadata editing applications, you can add detailed metadata to your videos and enable yourself to access, share, and store them painlessly.


ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -metadata title="value" video.mp4In the above command, replace video.mp4 with the path and filename of your video and title with the metadata tag field you want to edit.For example:ffmpeg -i C:\twc-video.avi -metadata title="TheWindowsClub" C:\twc-video.avi


Metadata was traditionally used in the card catalogs of libraries until the 1980s when libraries converted their catalog data to digital databases.[9] In the 2000s, as data and information were increasingly stored digitally, this digital data was described using metadata standards.[10]


While the metadata application is manifold, covering a large variety of fields, there are specialized and well-accepted models to specify types of metadata. Bretherton & Singley (1994) distinguish between two distinct classes: structural/control metadata and guide metadata.[23] Structural metadata describes the structure of database objects such as tables, columns, keys and indexes. Guide metadata helps humans find specific items and is usually expressed as a set of keywords in a natural language. According to Ralph Kimball, metadata can be divided into three categories: technical metadata (or internal metadata), business metadata (or external metadata), and process metadata.


Metadata (metacontent) or, more correctly, the vocabularies used to assemble metadata (metacontent) statements, is typically structured according to a standardized concept using a well-defined metadata scheme, including metadata standards and metadata models. Tools such as controlled vocabularies, taxonomies, thesauri, data dictionaries, and metadata registries can be used to apply further standardization to the metadata. Structural metadata commonality is also of paramount importance in data model development and in database design.


International standards apply to metadata. Much work is being accomplished in the national and international standards communities, especially ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and ISO (International Organization for Standardization) to reach a consensus on standardizing metadata and registries. The core metadata registry standard is ISO/IEC 11179 Metadata Registries (MDR), the framework for the standard is described in ISO/IEC 11179-1:2004.[30] A new edition of Part 1 is in its final stage for publication in 2015 or early 2016. It has been revised to align with the current edition of Part 3, ISO/IEC 11179-3:2013[31] which extends the MDR to support the registration of Concept Systems.(see ISO/IEC 11179). This standard specifies a schema for recording both the meaning and technical structure of the data for unambiguous usage by humans and computers. ISO/IEC 11179 standard refers to metadata as information objects about data, or "data about data". In ISO/IEC 11179 Part-3, the information objects are data about Data Elements, Value Domains, and other reusable semantic and representational information objects that describe the meaning and technical details of a data item. This standard also prescribes the details for a metadata registry, and for registering and administering the information objects within a Metadata Registry. ISO/IEC 11179 Part 3 also has provisions for describing compound structures that are derivations of other data elements, for example through calculations, collections of one or more data elements, or other forms of derived data. While this standard describes itself originally as a "data element" registry, its purpose is to support describing and registering metadata content independently of any particular application, lending the descriptions to being discovered and reused by humans or computers in developing new applications, databases, or for analysis of data collected in accordance with the registered metadata content. This standard has become the general basis for other kinds of metadata registries, reusing and extending the registration and administration portion of the standard. 041b061a72


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