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Good program! How do you change the map scale?
Humm… I only planned to use the mouse wheel.
Next version will have zoom in/zoom out buttons
Many thanks for providing this software.
I initially had problems with the gpx file exported by the app “Notify and Fitness” from my Amazfit Bip watch. Although the gpx file works fine in Google Earth, neither it nor the subsequent kml exported from Google Earth would work in PicaGeotag. However, after reprocessing the gpx file as a gpx file through the website GPSVisualizer gpsbabel_convert all was well. On looking at the original gpx file output by “Notify and Fitness” I suspect there is a file formatting error.
I hope this information may be useful to others having issues with a gpx file.
Thanks for the files provided. They are effectively malformed. I updated my application to be less strict with file syntax.
Your files should now be able to load without any problem.
Many thanks for the modifying your programme so that it could accommodate the ill formed gpx files produced Notify & Fitness.
I am trying your software to geotag many photos from a recent vacation. It seems to work well after selecting a single photo but I cannot find a method to select multiple photos to tag at the same location. Normally, the shift or control keys will allow this, but they do not have any effect, How do I select multiple photos?
Actually I did not foresee this possibility. I will think about it for a future version.
Please include ARW support (Sony RAW format). GeoTag has a nice interface and I’d like to use it.
Just started using PicaGeoTag (with the GeoTrack app) and like what I see so far. One suggestion. Would be possible to have the option to change or preferably add an extension to the photos placed in the “.originals” backup folder? I like having the saved photos, but would prefer they are not recognized as photos by other apps.
Thank you for your suggestion.
This sound great. I will consider this for the next version.
I am trying to set location for jpeg photos without success. I am not using any gps tracks I am simply selecting an image in the images pane and manually selecting a location. The image properties pane correctly shows the chosen lat/long ans enables the save metadata button(s). I press save, its appears to save but no updated image is created. Sometimes, but not always, a copy appears in the “.original” folder. I was quite optimistic when I found this tool, I hope that a resolution to my problem is possible. The title bar includes …. “ExifTool 10.36”, if this refers to the ExifTool by Phil Harvey that is not at version 10.68.
I have try to reproduce your problem without success in the general case.
The only way i found was to set the picture write only. In that case, PicaGeoTag does not complains at all (even if the image is copied into .original) but the mark remains red.
Could you check if your pictures can be written.
Thanks for using my tool.
The program doesn’t let you open CR2 (Canon Raw) files – even though these are supported by ExifTool.
If I rename an image file, for example Test.CR2 to Test.CR2.JPG, then PicaGeoTag will successfully open the image. The thumbnail for the image is shown (possibly an embedded JPG), and GPS location if present is read from the file.
Unfortunately I cannot set the GPS location on these raw files. The file is saved and backed-up, however the file is unchanged.
Raw files have been included in version 1.2.
In version 1.3.1 beta I cannot confirm ability to manage NIKON specific raw format NEF – even though this is supported by ExifTool
Desciption says: ‘Your images must also be saved in a format that accepts meta data. Currently, PicaGeoTag knows how to use the main types of files supporting metadata: jpg , jpeg , jpx , j2c , j2k , jif , jpc , png , tif , tiff, cr2, dng, erf, mef, mrw, orf, pef, raw, crw, rw2, nrw, srw .’
If I rename an image file, for example Test.NEF to Test.MEF, then PicaGeoTag will successfully open the image. The thumbnail for the image is shown, and GPS location if present is read from the file. I also can adjust geo settings and save the changes, Adjustments get visible after renaming extension MEF to NEF in any other tool (e.g. Nikon View-NX)
Is there any plan to support NEF (Nikon raw) as well?
Thank you for your comment.
I think i just miss the NEF extension. I will add it in the next version.