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|Public CD||Public Review Period|
|SMPTE ST 377-4:2012 MXF Multichannel Audio Labeling Framework and companion SMPTE ST 377-41 Multichannel Audio Controlled Vocabulary||Ending no earlier than 24 July 2020, and no later than 25 January 2021|
|SMPTE ST 377-41 Multichannel Audio Controlled Vocabulary||Ending no earlier than 24 July 2020, and no later than 25 January 2021|
|SMPTE ST 2067-40 Interoperable Master Format - Application #4 Cinema Mezzanine||Ending no earlier than June 15, 2020, and no later than 18 March 2021|
|SMPTE ST 2125 IMF Registration Service API||Ending no earlier than 20 November 2020, and no later than 20 November 2023|
|SMPTE ST 2126 Microservice Status Reporting and Logging||Ending no earlier than 20 November 2020, and no later than 20 November 2023|
|SMPTE RP 2059-15||Ending no earlier than 10 December 2020, and no later than 10 December 2023|