Settings this to "yes" allows the infobox to be embedded into another infobox. It also causes name parameter to be ignored.
The name of the file format.
An icon used by either the application that popularized the format or a common free icon.
Caption describing the icon.
Size of the icon to show including a unit (most likely pixels - 'px').
A screenshot of the file format in use.
Caption to the screenshot.
Size of the screenshot to show including a unit (most likely pixels - 'px').
The format's filename extension, if only one.
The format's filename extensions, if more than one.
|No <code> in extension|
If set to 'true', then extensions won't be formatted using <code>.
The MIME type of the file.
|No <code> in MIME|
If set to 'true', then MIME won't be formatted using <code>.
The type code of the file used by Mac OS Classic.
|Uniform Type Identifier (UTI)|
The Uniform Type Identifier, used by contemporary Mac OS X computers and iOS devices.
The immediate parents of the UTI. For example, public.png would conform to public.image.
A number or other data structure usually near the beginning of a file used to identify the file contents.
The owner of the format.
|Type of format|
The type of the file format, what does it store (例如矢量图像格式).
The date the format was publicly released.
|Latest release version|
latest release version
Latest version number of the format.
|Latest release date|
latest release date
Date the latest version was released.
Data type this file format is container for. For instance, audio and video data is often housed in a container like Quick Time or Matroska (MKV).
File type this type is usually housed in. For instance, audio and video data is often housed in a container like Quick Time or Matroska (MKV).
The format that this one is based on, if any.
The format that this one is base for, if any.
Standard this format is part of, if only one.
Standards this format is part of, if more than one.
Is it a free/open format?
URL of the file format's website, specification, etc.