XML export: XML mapping table documentation

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Apr 29, 2020

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When you save an unstructured document to XML, FrameMaker uses the XML Mapping Table (part of the Reference Pages).

I'm trying to find documentation for this mapping table and its elements (in this case, the Image Format row and which values are possible besides the default 0001IMAGGIF GIF). The Help doesn't seem to contain any information on the Mapping Table. Is there a separate document that describes this?

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You can experiment with these values:

0001FRAMAIF         AIF
0001FRAMAIFC        AIFC
0001FRAMAIFF        AIFF
0001FRAMASF         ASF
0001FRAMAU          AU
0001FRAMAVI         AVI
0001FRAMIVF         IVF
0001FRAMKAR         KAR
0001FRAMM1V         M1V
0001FRAMM3U         M3U
0001FRAMMID         MID
0001FRAMMOV         MOV
0001FRAMMP2         MP2
0001FRAMMP3         MP3
0001FRAMMPA         MPA
0001FRAMMPE         MPE
0001FRAMMPEG        MPEG
0001FRAMMPG         MPG
0001FRAMQT          QT
0001FRAMSWF         SWF
0001FRAMWAV         WAV
0001FRAMWMV         WMV
0001FRAMU3D         U3D
0001FRAMFLV         FLV
0001FRAMMP4         MP4
0001FRAMFRMV        FrameVector
0001FRAMFRMI        FrameImage
0001IMAGIGES        IGES
0001IMAGPICT        QuickDraw PICT
0001IMAGEPS         EPS
0001IMAGTIFF        TIFF
0001IMAGDIB         DIB
0001IMAGGIF         GIF
0001IMAGG4IM        CCITTG4
0001IMAGJPEG        JPEG
0001IMAGPNG         Portable Network Graphics
0001IMAGWMF         Windows Metafile
0001FRAMPDF         PDF
0001FRAMSVG         SVG
0001ADBEHTML        HTML
0001ADBEXML         XML
0001ADBIRTF         Microsoft RTF1.9

IGES
PICT
EPS 
TIFF
DIB 
GIF 
G4IM
JPEG
PNG 
WMF 

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Thanks, that provides one part of the answer. Where did you find this list?

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I ran an old FrameScript script that I wrote years ago. I don't have an ExtendScript equivalent.

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Apr 30, 2020

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I did some tests with a file that contains 1 imported JPEG image, with a few FrameMaker drawing objects on top.

0001IMAGGIF GIF: standard value. Image is converted to GIF as expected.

0001FRAMSVG SVG: gives an error 'FV_FilterFailed' during export

0001FRAMPDF PDF: gives an error 'FV_FilterFailed' during export

0001IMAGEPS EPS: creates a 33 MB file with extension '.gif' that turns out to be an EPS file. Illustrator crashes when importing this, but Acrobat can open it.

 

Anyway, the above list works in principle. Thanks!

 

 

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You will likely have better success with File > Publishing. I doubt that anything has been done with the Save As HTML functionality in quite awhile.

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A quick look at the Publishing settings didn't turn up anything related to image format options. The Basic HTML output converts the images to JPEG.

I was looking at the XML export because I've got images that consist of an imported image with FrameMaker image objects on top. I want to convert these to EPS (or another vector format that preserves the FrameMaker image objects as editable objects). The XML export with '0001IMAGEPS EPS' gives me this.

 

 

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Did you figure out how to get an .eps extension?

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