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09/04/2008 05:56:34 PM · #1
(Assume that this post is not for photos to be submitted to a challenge, since EXIF data is being modified)

There is a new application for the iPhone 3G that uses the GPS to geo-tag your photos. It's called, "iMarkMySpot" Actually, it doesn't geo-tag them directly, but it records your location(s) and produces the industry-standard GPX-formatted file. This file can then be used to merge the location information into your photos' EXIF info.

My question is before I try this new application, I'll need something to merge the data--some utility software that does this. Does anyone have any recommendations for such software? I have Photoshop CS3 (Extended version) and Bridge, will either of those work? If not, what inexpensive or open source/shareware is available to do this?

Message edited by author 2008-09-04 17:57:11.
09/04/2008 08:20:49 PM · #2
You on Windoze? Microsoft Pro Photo Tools is free and supports import from gpx et el.

Message edited by author 2008-09-04 20:21:16.
09/04/2008 08:58:53 PM · #3

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