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Deprecated Elements

These elements have been deprecated. Note that if your catalog data file has deprecated elements, your catalog won't be rejected. However, you should work to remove these elements from your catalog file to improve matching.

Duration

Defines how long a work's rental lasts, measured in hours. A RentalOffer can contain only one Duration element.

Property Detail
Use Required
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements RentalOffer
Content Model simpleType (no children)
Child ElementsNone
Data Type int
Example:
<RentalOffer>
  ...
  <Duration>120</Duration>
</RentalOffer>
ImageUrl

The URL of an image that represents the work, sometimes called the "box art." Each work can contain only a single ImageUrl element. If you don't include ImageUrl, we attempt to use available art from other sources such as IMDb, or we might use a generic placeholder image. See Requirements for Box Art Images (ImageUrl) for image requirements. Note: Provide a unique image for each work that applies to the work's content. Do not use a generic placeholder image, such as a logo.

Property Detail
Use Required
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements Movie
TvShow
TvSeason
TvEpisode
TvSpecial
Extra
Content Model simpleType (no children)
Child ElementsNone
Data Type anyURI
Example:
<TvShow>
  ...
  <ImageUrl>http://amazon.com/images/01152ce2de7e44c1/image.jpg</ImageUrl>
  ...
</TvShow>
EpisodeInSeries

A mini-series episode's sequence number within its series. Each MiniSeriesEpisode can contain only one EpisodeInSeries element.

Property Detail
Use Required
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements MiniSeriesEpisode
Content Model simpleType (no children)
Child ElementsNone
Data Type int
Example:
<MiniSeriesEpisode>
  ...
  <EpisodeInSeries>13</EpisodeInSeries>
  ...
</MiniSeriesEpisode>
MiniSeries

Loosely defined as a television show that collects a small number of ordered episodes not presented in seasons. There is no explicit limit on the number of episodes a MiniSeries can contain, but it should be reasonably low.

Property Detail
Use Optional
How Many Allowed Unlimited
Parent Elements Works
Content Model complexType – sequence. Must contain required child elements in specified order.
Child Elements ID (required, one allowed)
ExternalID (optional, unlimited)
Title (required, unlimited)
Copyright (optional, one allowed)
Offers (optional, one allowed)
ReleaseYear (optional, one allowed)
ShortDescription (optional, unlimited)
Synopsis (optional, unlimited)
MetadataAvailabilityDate (optional, one allowed)
Images (required, one allowed)
RuntimeMinutes (optional, one allowed)
Color (optional, one allowed)
Credits (optional, one allowed)
Studios (optional, one allowed)
Language (optional, one allowed)
CustomerRating (optional, one allowed)
Rank (optional, one allowed)
Source (optional, one allowed)
Genres (optional, one allowed)
ContentRatings (optional, one allowed)
JP_Require18PlusAgeConfirmation (optional, one allowed)
ReleaseDate (optional, one allowed)
Attributes None
Example:
<MiniSeries>
  <ID>MS-2329880</ID>
  <Title locale="en-US">All the Best People</Title>
  <Offers>
    <SubscriptionOffer>
      <Regions>
        <Country>US</Country>
      </Regions>
    </SubscriptionOffer>
  </Offers>
  <ReleaseDate>2005-04-29T20:00:00</ReleaseDate>
</MiniSeries>
MiniSeriesEpisode

One of the basic work types, a MiniSeriesEpisode is a single episode in a MiniSeries. This content is not associated with a season and is sequenced in the context of the MiniSeries.

Property Detail
Use Optional
How Many Allowed Unlimited
Parent Elements Works
Content Model complexType – sequence with some choice. Must contain required child elements in specified order. However, either ShowID or ShowTitle, but not both. And either MiniSeriesID or MiniSeriesTitle.
Child Elements ID (required, one allowed)
ExternalID (optional, unlimited)
Title (required, unlimited)
Copyright (optional, one allowed)
Offers (optional, one allowed)
ReleaseYear (optional, one allowed)
ShortDescription (optional, unlimited)
Synopsis (optional, unlimited)
MetadataAvailabilityDate (optional, one allowed)
Images (required, one allowed)
RuntimeMinutes (optional, one allowed)
Color (optional, one allowed)
Credits (optional, one allowed)
Studios (optional, one allowed)
Language (optional, one allowed)
CustomerRating (optional, one allowed)
Rank (optional, one allowed)
Source (optional, one allowed)
Genres (optional, one allowed)
ContentRatings (optional, one allowed)
JP_Require18PlusAgeConfirmation (optional, one allowed)
MiniSeriesID (required, one allowed)
MiniSeriesTitle (required, one allowed)
OriginalAirDate (optional, one allowed)
Attributes None
Example:
<MiniSeries>
  <ID>MS-123456789</ID>
  ...
</MiniSeries>
<MiniSeriesEpisode>
  <ID>MSE-2329880</ID>
  <Title locale="en-US">The First Steps on a New Planet</Title>
  <Offers>
    <SubscriptionOffer>
      <Regions>
        <Country>US</Country>
      </Regions>
    </SubscriptionOffer>
  </Offers>
  <MiniSeriesID>MS-123456789</MiniSeriesID>
  <EpisodeInSeries>1</EpisodeInSeries>
  <OriginalAirDate>2012-07-02T20:00:00</OriginalAirDate>
</MiniSeriesEpisode>
MiniSeriesID

Used to specify the mini-series that an episode is a part of. The MiniSeries with this ID must be present in the same catalog as this MiniSeriesEpisode. You have the option of using MiniSeriesID or MiniSeriesTitle to specify the mini-series, but not both. MiniSeriesID should always be used when the mini-series is in your catalog. If it is not in your catalog, we advise you to create a MiniSeries entry to use.

Property Detail
Use Required
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements MiniSeriesEpisode
Content Model simpleType (no children)
Child ElementsNone
Data Type token
Example:
<MiniSeries>
  <ID>MS-2329880</ID>
  ...
</MiniSeries>
</MiniSeriesEpisode>
  ...
  <MiniSeriesID>MS-2329880</MiniSeriesID>
  <EpisodeInSeries>3</EpisodeInSeries>
</MiniSeriesEpisode>
MiniSeriesTitle

Specifies which mini-series an episode is part of when that mini-series is not part of your catalog. MiniSeriesTitle is simply a string for use in the UI and is not required to match any existing title in your catalog. You have the option of using MiniSeriesID or MiniSeriesTitle to specify the mini-series, but not both. Use MiniSeriesTitle only in the absence of MiniSeriesID, which should be a rare occurrance.

Property Detail
Use Required
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements MiniSeriesEpisode
Content Model simpleType (no children)
Child ElementsNone
Data Type Localized string
Example:
<MiniSeriesEpisode>
  ...
  <MiniSeriesTitle>Cats, The Most Beautiful Creature</MiniSeriesTitle>
  <EpisodeInSeries>3</EpisodeInSeries>
</MiniSeriesEpisode>
PurchaseOffer

The work can be purchased for a one-time payment to own and watch anytime. If necessary, you can have multiple PurchaseOffer elements under Offers. PurchaseOffer is one of the two offer types. Important: The PurchaseOffer element is optional, but at least one offer type is required under Offers. (Note that currently Fire TV does not do anything with PurchaseOffer information in the display.)

Property Detail
Use Required
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements Offers
Content Model complexType – sequence with some choice. Must contain required child elements in specified order.
Child Elements Regions (required, unlimited)
LaunchDetails (optional, unlimited)
WindowStart (optional, one allowed)
WindowEnd (optional, one allowed)
Price (required, one allowed)
Attributes None
Example:
<PurchaseOffer>
  <Regions>
    <Country>US</Country>
  </Regions>
  <LaunchDetails>
    <Quality>HD</Quality>
    <AudioLanguage>en-US</AudioLanguage>
    <Subtitle>fr</Subtitle>
    <Subtitle>es</Subtitle>
  </LaunchDetails>
  <Price currency="USD">1.99</Price>
</PurchaseOffer>
Price

The cost to rent or purchase a work.

Property Detail
Use Required
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements PurchaseOffer
RentalOffer
Content Model simpleType (no children)
Child ElementsNone
Data Type xsd:float
Example:
<PurchaseOffer>
  <Regions>
    <Country>US</Country>
  </Regions>
  <Price currency="USD">1.99</Price>
</PurchaseOffer>
ReleaseInfo

Contains elements that specify a work's country or region of release and release date.

Property Detail
Use Optional
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements Movie
TvShow
TvSeason
TvEpisode
TvSpecial
Extra
Content Model complexType – sequence. Must contain required child elements in specified order.
Child Elements ReleaseDate (required, one allowed)
ReleaseCountry (optional, one allowed)
Attributes None
Example:
<TvEpisode>
  ...
  <ReleaseInfo>
    <ReleaseDate>2002-02-20</ReleaseDate>
    <ReleaseCountry>BT</ReleaseCountry>
  </ReleaseInfo>
  ...
</TvEpisode>
ReleaseCountry

Property Detail
Use Optional
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements ReleaseInfo
Content Model simpleType (no children)
Child ElementsNone
Data Type Enum. The following subset of ISO 3166-1 country codes are allowed: AF AX AL DZ AS AD AO AI AQ AG AR AM AW AU AT AZ BS BH BD BB BY BE BZ BJ BM BT BO BQ BA BW BV BR IO BN BG BF BI KH CM CA CV KY CF TD CL CN CX CC CO KM CG CD CK CR CI HR CU CW CY CZ DK DJ DM DO EC EG SV GQ ER EE ET FK FO FJ FI FR GF PF TF GA GM GE DE GH GI GR GL GD GP GU GT GG GN GW GY HT HM VA HN HK HU IS IN ID IR IQ IE IM IL IT JM JP JE JO KZ KE KI KP KR KW KG LA LV LB LS LR LY LI LT LU MO MK MG MW MY MV ML MT MH MQ MR MU YT MX FM MD MC MN ME MS MA MZ MM NA NR NP NL NC NZ NI NE NG NU NF MP NO OM PK PW PS PA PG PY PE PH PN PL PT PR QA RE RO RU RW BL SH KN LC MF PM VC WS SM ST SA SN RS SC SL SG SX SK SI SB SO ZA GS SS ES LK SD SR SJ SZ SE CH SY TW TJ TZ TH TL TG TK TO TT TN TR TM TC TV UG UA AE GB US UM UY UZ VU VE VN VG VI WF EH YE ZM ZW
Example:
<TvEpisode>
  ...
  <ReleaseInfo>
    <ReleaseDate>2002-02-20</ReleaseDate>
    <ReleaseCountry>BT</ReleaseCountry>
  </ReleaseInfo>
  ...
</TvEpisode>
ReleaseDate (Release Info)

The date when the work was originally released to the public, or the first air date in the case of television. The year portion of this value should match the ReleaseYear, if that optional element is present. This information is particularly useful in matching this work to content in other catalogs. A match allows us to show a single listing for a work that shows all of its available sources rather than having multiple search results for same thing.

Property Detail
Use Optional
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements ReleaseInfo
Content Model simpleType (no children)
Child ElementsNone
Data Type dateTime
Example:
<TvShow>
  ...
  <ReleaseInfo>
    <ReleaseDate>2012-05-13</ReleaseDate>
  </ReleaseInfo>
</TvShow>
RentalOffer

The work can be viewed for a limited amount of time for a one-time payment. If necessary, you can have multiple RentalOffer elements under Offers. RentalOffer is one of the two offer types. Important: The RentalOffer element is optional, but at least one offer type is required under Offers. (Note that currently Fire TV does not do anything with RentalOffer information in the display.)

Property Detail
Use Required
How Many Allowed One
Parent Elements Offers
Content Model complexType – sequence with some choice. Must contain required child elements in specified order.
Child Elements Regions (required, unlimited)
LaunchDetails (optional, unlimited)
WindowStart (optional, one allowed)
WindowEnd (optional, one allowed)
Price (required, one allowed)
Duration (required, one allowed)
Attributes None
Example:
<RentalOffer>
  <Regions>
    <Country>US</Country>
  </Regions>
  <LaunchDetails>
    <Quality>HD</Quality>
    <AudioLanguage>en-US</AudioLanguage>
    <Subtitle>fr</Subtitle>
    <Subtitle>es</Subtitle>
  </LaunchDetails>
  <Price currency="USD">1.99</Price>
  <Duration>120</Duration>
</RentalOffer>