Source View: wp_prepare_attachment_for_js

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1744      if ( $meta && ( 'audio' === $type || 'video' === $type ) ) {
1745           if ( isset( $meta['length_formatted'] ) )
1746                $response['fileLength'] = $meta['length_formatted'];
1747      }
1748
1749      if ( function_exists('get_compat_media_markup') )
1750           $response['compat'] = get_compat_media_markup( $attachment->ID, array( 'in_modal' => true ) );
1751
1752      return apply_filters( 'wp_prepare_attachment_for_js', $response, $attachment, $meta );
1753 }
1754
1755 /**
1756  * Enqueues all scripts, styles, settings, and templates necessary to use
1757  * all media JS APIs.
1758  *
1759  * @since 3.5.0
1760  */
1761 function wp_enqueue_media( $args = array() ) {