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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001274||GeoSetter||User Interface||public||2015-09-05 21:24||2017-05-16 22:50|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0001274: Feature request: line up photos|
|Description||I wish for a feature where I can select a group of photos, where the first and last have coordinates set.|
Then all the photos in between are "lined up", put on the map in a straight line between the first and last selected image. The distance between the photos is based on the timestamps.
There is two situations where I need this:
1: Walking along a path, I've been taking snapshots. I forgot to record a GPS track. Later at home I can place a few photos using a satellite map, but not all. Using a "line up" feature, I can roughly see where the photos in between have been taken.
2: I do street side photography, automatic photography out of a car every few seconds, with a GPS track. The locations should be following the road, but bad GPS reception causes a swirly line. I would correct the first and last photo along the road, and then line up all photos in between to create a nice straight line. (IE, coordinates of the in between phtoos are overwritten.)
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||you can create a gpx track with existing images. after you have created this track with your 2 images you can use this track to synchronize the rest of your images.|
Is creating a gpx track a feature of GeoSetter, or are you talking about using other applications?
I already do this with ExifTool, but the switching back and forth, and (re)loading of the gpx tracks becomes quite tedious quickly. Especially when many small changes need to be made.
It would be great to have such feature in GeoSetter, without the need for taskswitching, saving, importing, etc.
||creating a gpx track is a feature of the latest beta version of GeoSetter. You can download this version with the following link: www.geosetter.de/geosetter_beta.exe|
||Thanks, I found the option now, and it works nice. Still, a possibility to do this straight in the editing window without having to go through a GPX file and then assigning photos to it, would be better.|
|2015-09-05 21:24||pbb||New Issue|
|2015-09-10 21:35||heiko||Note Added: 0002221|
|2015-09-11 13:05||pbb||Note Added: 0002222|
|2015-09-11 20:29||heiko||Note Added: 0002223|
|2015-09-14 14:45||pbb||Note Added: 0002224|
|2017-05-16 22:50||Friedemann||Status||new => assigned|
|2017-05-16 22:50||Friedemann||Assigned To||=> Friedemann|