The Picture Qualities element describes the specific characteristics of the picture, including the process used to create those characteristics. Picture Qualities is a parent element for eight subelements. Not all subelements are used for all source types. Subelements are:
Aspect ratio (with "type" attribute) [film; videotape; videodisc]
Color [film; videotape; videodisc]
Color process [film]
Signal format [videotape; videodisc]
Resolution [videotape; videodisc]
Analog Video Data Encoding [videodisc]
Structure [videotape; videodisc]
Frame rate [videotape; videodisc]
Picture Qualities - Color
The color characteristics of the resource. For specific color processes used for motion picture film (Kodacolor, Technicolor, etc.), use the "colorProcess" element.
Film. black and white; black and white and color; black and white (tinted); black and white (tinted and toned); black and white (toned); black and white with color sequences; blue; color; color with black and white sequences; 2-color; 2-color IB; 3-color; 3-color IB; cyan; hand-colored; IB color; EC (color); EC (color), low-fade; green; lenticular color; magenta; red; sepia; stencil-colored; yellow; Other; not applicable [source: UCLA 26.1.4]
Photographic. Air brushed; Black and white; Black and white (tinted); Blue; Colored; Hand colored; Other; Sepia tone [source: rulib]
Videotape; Videodisc. black and white; color; black and white and color [source: rulib]
Picture Qualities - Color Process
The specific color process used in the making of a motion picture film.