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The actual file is often difficult to identify, because many files are uploaded almost simultaneously, and at the same time, other files may be deleted. The file is a photograph by Commons contributor Manfred Werner (User:Tsui), showing Werefox performing at Waves Vienna Music Festival & Conference 2013 in Austria on October 5, 2013.
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Tools for uploading and further maintenance of Wikimedia Commons as for example Commonist for uploading large numbers of images. Tool integration helps you add functionality to your Wikimedia Commons web interface.
Overview on how to embed Wikimedia Commons content into various Wikimedia wikis and how to reuse Commons' content by third parties. See also the media help for software and hints how to watch images and films and listen to audio files provided by Wikimedia Commons. See Featured pictures, Valued images, Picture of the day and Media of the day for particularly valuable content you can reuse.