JPEG is a "standard" which does not support audio embedding. Your pictures speak is a neat idea but non-standard.
Wondering what options/software are available for embedding audio (.wav files, etc) to ordinary jpeg files?
I know you can "attach" .wav files when emailing pictures, but then you have to open each sound attachment in separate windows (which tend to pop up in front of the picture you sent, blocking your view of the picture while the audio file plays).
Is there any way to embed or attach sound clips to ordinary jpegs, where the person viewing the picture can just 'click' on a button/link to play it while still viewing the picture? Like, saving the sound clip (.wav) and .jpeg as a combined/single file? (or, so that the sounds automatically play when the jpeg file is opened?)
I've seen a couple of software "downloads" that claim to allow you to do this (like, "Photos-speak 1.1" for $9.95, etc). But, the sites that have the photos-speak software downloads seem shady (they don't show as 'secure' sites on my browser)
Thanks! Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.