Past couple of days yielded way-off GPS-tracks, especially inner city. Wouldn’t have been problem when one could drop worst offenders in a web…er, drag to correct position. Google search offers suggestions, many of those for Apple, others discontinued or depending on IE (and some paid, where I don’t plan on paying for a way to correct something I’ll then contribute for free) ; then there’s the laborious option changing couple of digits in ExifTool, hope / see you hit a nail.
Least impractical, Basecamp imports pics, can move them around, but max. zoom too far out, pics clustered, hard to place.
Question : could forum members point to a sure-fire drag&drop way to adjust in the order of 200 pics w/o taking hours, please?
Looking forward, met vriendelijk groet, (Dutch for 'with friendly greeting),
Thank you for the quick reply ; advantages of JOSM include that it allows to zoom in all the way, and one can select familiar aerial imagery or a plan / proposal PDF ; disadvantage is the learning curve, which doesn’t connect seamlessly with - at least my - previous computing experience.
If you have an inaccurate gpx file, you can fix it with an online service accessed by a web browser.
If you have a geotagged JPG file, you can modify it with GeoSetter(Windows app).
Thank you for the two suggestions.
Met vriendelijke groet,
That intimidating isn’t just ‘at first glance’, however, JOSM works very well and fast once you;ve read and actually follow what’s in the help and instruction files.
The recommended josm.jnlp with OpenWebStart installs and works painlessly - after some other options were tried. .
Could I somewhere vote a +1 for forum member @GITNE , please?
Met als immer vriendelijke groet,
Bet when you announce that such plug-in is possible, you will receive many “shut up and take my money/dev/fan-support” comments. If you have something ready to go and just temporarily lost interest/motivation - maybe just github it.