TXML (eXtensible Markup Language) is a versatile text-based data format used for structuring and organizing information in a hierarchical manner. In the context of film distribution, XML is often utilized for creating standardized metadata and content files that help in the efficient exchange of digital cinema packages (DCPs) and related information between studios, distributors, and exhibitors. These XML files contain essential details about the film, such as subtitles, audio tracks, aspect ratios, and other technical specifications, ensuring a seamless and standardized distribution process in the digital age of cinema.