Hello Misty, Andrea,

Thanks for your discussion on extracting useful XMP.

I have been trying to do this in the context of the<> project.

I got as far as producing XMP RDF/XML files but the problem then remains; how to usefully manage these via XSLT transforms?

The problem is that XMP uses an RDF syntax that comes in many flavours and doesn't result in a predictable set of xpaths to apply the XSLT to.

I wonder if you got any solutions beyond this point? A de-customising XSLT to extract a "flat" XMP flavour before applying the XSLT of choice?


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