Table C.13-3BASIC FILM BOX PRESENTATION MODULE ATTRIBUTES
|Attribute Name||Tag||Attribute Description|
|Image Display Format||(2010,0010)||Type of image display format. Enumerated Values: STANDARD\C,R : film contains equal size rectangular image boxes with R rows of image boxes and C columns of image boxes; C and R are integers. ROW\R1,R2,R3, etc. : film contains rows with equal size rectangular image boxes with R1 image boxes in the first row, R2 image boxes in second row, R3 image boxes in third row, etc.; R1, R2, R3, etc. are integers. COL\C1,C2,C3, etc.: film contains columns with equal size rectangular image boxes with C1 image boxes in the first column, C2 image boxes in second column, C3 image boxes in third column, etc.; C1, C2, C3, etc. are integers. SLIDE : film contains 35mm slides; the number of slides for a particular film size is configuration dependent. SUPERSLIDE : film contains 40mm slides; the number of slides for a particular film size is configuration dependent. CUSTOM\i : film contains a customized ordering of rectangular image boxes; i identifies the image display format; the definition of the image display formats is defined in the Conformance Statement; i is an integer|
|Annotation Display Format ID||(2010,0030)||Identification of annotation display format. The definition of the annotation display formats and the annotation box position sequence are defined in the Conformance Statement|
|Film Orientation||(2010,0040)||Film orientation. Enumerated Values: PORTRAIT = vertical film position LANDSCAPE = horizontal film position|
|Film Size ID||(2010,0050)||Film size identification. Defined Terms: 8INX10IN 8_5INX11IN 10INX12IN 10INX14IN 11INX14IN 11INX17IN 14INX14IN 14INX17IN 24CMX24CM 24CMX30CM A4 A3 Note: 10INX14IN corresponds with 25.7CMX36.4CM A4 corresponds with 210 x 297 millimeters A3 corresponds with 297 x 420 millimeters|
|Magnification Type||(2010,0060)||Interpolation type by which the printer magnifies or decimates the image in order to fit the image in the image box on film. Defined Terms: REPLICATE BILINEAR CUBIC NONE|
|Smoothing Type||(2010,0080)||Further specifies the type of the interpolation function. Values are defined in Conformance Statement. Only valid for Magnification Type (2010,0060) = CUBIC|
|Border Density||(2010,0100)||Density of the film areas surrounding and between images on the film. Defined Terms: BLACK WHITE i where i represents the desired density in hundredths of OD (e.g. 150 corresponds with 1.5 OD)|
|Empty Image Density||(2010,0110)||Density of the image box area on the film that contains no image. Defined Terms: BLACK WHITE i where i represents the desired density in hundredths of OD (e.g. 150 corresponds with 1.5 OD)|
|Min Density||(2010,0120)||Minimum density of the images on the film, expressed in hundredths of OD. If Min Density is lower than minimum printer density than Min Density is set to minimum printer density.|
|Max Density||(2010,0130)||Maximum density of the images on the film, expressed in hundredths of OD. If Max Density is higher than maximum printer density than Max Density is set to maximum printer density.|
|Trim||(2010,0140)||Specifies whether a trim box shall be printed surrounding each image on the film. Enumerated Values: YES NO|
|Configuration Information||(2010,0150)||Character string that contains either the ID of the printer configuration table that contains a set of values for implementation specific print parameters (e.g. perception LUT related parameters) or one or more configuration data values, encoded as characters. If there are multiple configuration data values encoded in the string, they shall be separated by backslashes. The definition of values shall be contained in the SCP's Conformance Statement. Defined Terms: CS000-CS999: Implementation specific curve type. Note: It is recommended that for SCPs, CS000 represent the lowest contrast and CS999 the highest contrast levels available.|
|Illumination||(2010,015E)||Luminance of lightbox illuminating a piece of transmissive film, or for the case of reflective media, luminance obtainable from diffuse reflection of the illumination present. Expressed as L0, in candelas per square meter (cd/m2).|
|Reflected Ambient Light||(2010,0160)||For transmissive film, luminance contribution due to reflected ambient light. Expressed as La, in candelas per square meter (cd/m2).|
|Requested Resolution ID||(2020,0050)||Specifies the resolution at which images in this Film Box are to be printed. Defined Terms: STANDARD = approximately 4k x 5k printable pixels on a 14 x 17 inch film HIGH = Approximately twice the resolution of STANDARD.|
|ICC Profile||(0028,2000)||An ICC Profile encoding the transformation of device-dependent color stored pixel values into PCS-Values. See C.11.15. Note. This is an Input Device Profile that describes the characteristics of the pixel data in the film box, not an Output Device Profile that might describe the characteristics of the Print SCP.|
The standard format subdivides a film into image boxes of equal size. Therefore, the film layout is fully symmetrical, i.e. the arrangement of image boxes on film is left-right and top-bottom symmetric.
Example : STANDARD\3,4
The row symmetric image display format subdivides a film into rows of image boxes of equal size. As a result, the layout is left-right symmetric, the associated symmetry line is vertical (V). There is no top-bottom symmetry.
Example : ROW\2,3
The column symmetric image display format subdivides a film into columns of image boxes of equal size. As a result, the layout is top-button symmetric, the associated symmetry line is horizontal (H). There is no left-right symmetry.
Example : COL\1,4