|The intended audience of the file.
|The authors of the document.
|The document’s city of origin.
|Comments regarding the document.
|A list of contacts associated with the document.
|The document’s creation date.
|Last modification date of the document.
|Contributors to this document.
|The copyright owner.
|The document’s country of origin.
|The scope of the document, such as a geographical location or a period of time.
|The application that created the document.
|A description of the document.
|Due date for the item represented by the document.
|Duration (in seconds) of the document.
|Email addresses associated with this document.
|The name of the application (such as “Acrobat Distiller”) that was responsible for converting the document in its current form.
|This contains any Finder comments for the document.
|Fonts used in the document.
|A headline-style synopsis of the document.
|IM addresses/screen names associated with the document.
|Special instructions or warnings associated with this document.
|Keywords associated with the document.
|Describes the kind of document, such as “iCal Event.”
|Language of the document.
|The date and time the document was last opened.
|Page count of this document.
|The organization that created the document.
|Height of the document’s page layout in points.
|Width of the document’s page layout in points.
|Phone numbers associated with the document.
|Names of projects (other documents such as an iMovie project) that this document is associated with.
|The publisher of the document
|The recipient of the document
|A link to the statement of rights (such as a Creative Commons or old-school copyright license) that govern the use of the document.
|Encryption method used on the document.
|Rating of the document (as in the iTunes “star” rating).
|The document’s state or province of origin.
|The version number.
|Where the document came from, such as a URI or email address.
- it's a proprietary system. You can't access the thumbnails or export the metadata.
- there isn't any way of manually entering or editing the metadata - it's all automatically extracted from the file contents by the ingesters/importers
- there isn't any particularly useful way of displaying the metadata, apart from in the Finder's "Get Info" box or on the commandline (using the mdls program).