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Remove Shutter sound

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The camera program is very simple.

You can't mute the shutter sound , It sounds loud even in silent mode!!! Thats very indiscreet....

I've found two solutions:

1) (Obvious) To edit the file sonority.wav on \Windows

Or to modify the register

HKLM\System\Pictures\Camera\GeneralSetting\ShutterSound

Replace Current (0) for 2 This number links to a file Thunder.Wav that doesn't exist

Instead for video I don't know how to do the same: The only solution seems to be to edit files Capvideostart.wav and capvideostop.wav

Any better idea?

This solution works on the Spanish ROM. Please confirm in yours before

Edited by xdalover
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Yes, you can do this :

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Pictures\Camera\GeneralSetting\ShutterSound]

"Mute"="0"

"0"="*none*"

"1"="Birdcall-\\Windows\\Birdcall.wav"

"2"="Thunder-\\Windows\\Thunder.wav"

"Current"="0"

Edited by The Real Mc Coy
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Yes, you can do this :

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Pictures\Camera\GeneralSetting\ShutterSound]

 "Mute"="0"

 "0"="*none*"

 "1"="Birdcall-\\Windows\\Birdcall.wav"

 "2"="Thunder-\\Windows\\Thunder.wav"

 "Current"="0"

OK more or less, is the same solution, by the way: Xdalover and Guindos2003 (on Todopocketpc.com) are the same person...Me (I mean that this is not a copy from todopocketPC... I like to be active in both the spanish and the international forum)

Merci beaucoup

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by the way: Xdalover and Guindos2003 (on Todopocketpc.com) are the same person...Me (I mean that this is not a copy from todopocketPC... I like to be active in both the spanish and the international forum)

That's what I thought :D

My Spanish is bad but maybe I can be of use on the Spanish board (so I will practice your language) ;)

I came across Todo PocketPc by googleing :angry:

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That's what I thought :angry:

My Spanish is bad but maybe I can be of use on the Spanish board (so I will practice your language) ;)

I came across Todo PocketPc by googleing ;)

You are welcome :D

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You are welcome :(

Works fine here on my 6.5 tg01 :(

Using PHM registry editor

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