Many digital cameras allow a "voice memo" to be recorded immediately after the taking of a still photo. The camera creates one file for the photo, say "101.jpg" and a similarly named wav file, say "101.wav." When you review the photo file on the camera, it combines the two separate files; displaying the photo, and playing the companion wav file. HOWEVER, when you download files off the camera, you get two separate files. Not a sound file embedded in Exif within the jpeg itself.
This new feature will :
1.) recognizes that every pair of similarly named files go together. The jpg is photo and wav is its sound. 2.) plays the correct wav whenever a thumbnail is enlarged.
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