The title attribute specifies a content title for a
media element or collection of media elements. The
title attribute value is included in the content description
list that is sent to the client. Windows Media Player displays the
value when the media element or elements are played. Values
specified for the title attribute must be text strings.
In the following example, a title attribute value is
specified for the source file, IntroFile1.wma.
If the client is running Windows Media Player
for Windows XP and earlier, the clientData element
information will be ignored. The clientData element is
supported by Windows Media Player 9 Series or later.
For more information about defining playlist
attributes, see the Windows Media Services Software Development Kit
(SDK) at the Microsoft Web site.
If you are creating or editing server-side
playlists by using either a text editor or an automated script,
ensure that the title attribute tags are in the correct
case. XML is a case-sensitive language, and Windows Media Services
will not recognize playlist attributes that are not listed