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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001132||GeoSetter||Image Data||public||2014-04-26 12:22||2017-05-16 22:52|
|Product Version||3.4.51 beta|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0001132: Display speed on tracks|
|Description||Tracks that are uploaded to Geosetter may contain speed information.|
More than 95% of the time a photograph is taken, the photographer stops and has a speed close to 0 km/h.
If tracks were plotted with speed information, it would be possible to spot positions on the track where the photographer stopped and make the association with pictures easier.
A simple way to display speed information could be to make the color dependent on the speed (ex: light red-low speed, strong red-high speed).
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I assume that your images are already synchronized with the GPS track.
To show a marker of each image with GPS data on the map turn on "Map | Show Image Positions".
"I assume that your images are already synchronized with the GPS track."
I use the tracks and try to guess the delay of the photograph.
If I run 20m in circle on the ground just before I take a picture, I can see the circle on the track and easily spot where a picture was taken...
It would be simpler to display on tracks the parts of the tracks where the speed is near 0 km/h. If after synchronization, I see a static picture and it is not in a near 0 km/h part of track then the synchronization is incorrect.