Inside <notes> additional information, for example remarks (text), links to photos, audio files, and video files can be given.
Elements inside <notes> are <para> (for text information), and <link/> for cross-referencing <audio>, <image>, and <video> files. Both elements may be given as often as needed, and in arbitrary order inside <notes>.
For future versions of UDDF it is desirable to incorporate a <docbook> element inside <notes> for enhanced formatting capabilities.
<body>, <boots>, <buddy>, <buoyancycontroldevice>, <camera>, <cave>, <compass>, <compressor>, <divebase>, <divecomputer>, <fins>, <flash>, <generator>, <gloves>, <housing>, <indoor>, <informationafterdive>, <insurance>, <knife>, <lake>, <lead>, <lens>, <light>, <mask>, <mix>, <observations>, <operator>, <owner>, <permit>, <rebreather>, <regulator>, <river>, <scooter>, <shop>, <shore>, <site>, <suit>, <tank>, <trippart>, <variouspieces>, <vessel>, <videocamera>, <watch>, <wreck>
(see also the elements listed under parent elements)
<notes> <para> This is text in-between the text element. Using this, it's not possible to further format the text. The executing program formats the text. </para> <link ref="image_1"> <link ref="image_2"> <para> Now an audio file and a video sequence do follow... </para> <link ref="audio_1"> <link ref="video_1"> </notes>