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0000871GeoSetterImage Datapublic2012-02-26 01:37
Reporterjarhtmd Assigned ToFriedemann  
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityhave not tried
Status assignedResolutionopen 
Product Version3.4.16 beta 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0000871: difference copying coordinates from one image to another
DescriptionI had 2 images taken 6 minutes & a several yards apart on the same beach. One image had been geotagged. The other had not. I copied both to a work folder. Using GeoSetter & the tagged image, I "set position marker from focused image". Then I filtered to show "images without coordinates" & "assign(ed) position marker to selected image".

The originally tagged image had geo:lat=20.95328407; geo:lon=107.04589963
The newly tagged image had geo:lat=20.95328333; geo:lon=107.04590000

Notice the small differences . . . lat .00000074 . . . lon .00000037

I have no idea how much distance that represents (& it isn't really very important to me), but I'm curious about why there is any difference at all. The lon suggest rounding, but not the lat.
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Date Modified Username Field Change
2011-08-30 18:58 jarhtmd New Issue
2012-02-26 01:37 Friedemann Status new => assigned
2012-02-26 01:37 Friedemann Assigned To => Friedemann