From: Tim Watts <>
Subject: Re: Geotagging app
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From: Tim Watts <>
Subject: Re: Geotagging app
Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2017 10:29:05 +0000
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On 04/11/17 21:17, Alan Browne wrote:

> If you record GPS continuously then tagging any number of photos after 
> the fact takes a minute to set up and a few seconds to execute using a 
> tool like exiftool or any one of a variety of GUI based tools.
> exiftool -geotag=GPS_20171103_162238.log -overwrite_original_in_place 
> -geosync=-4:00:00 *.dng
> (Just need to navigate to the folder containing the dng's before 
> executing the command.  I keep a "template" of the command in a text 
> file so I just need to paste that into terminal, modify the gps file 
> name and let 'er rip).
> Recording the position in a single shot is a fine backup, but pretty 
> tedious if you have 50 - 100 photos to tag afterwards.

That is useful - I've used exiftool before, but this is either new or I 
have not noticed this feature...

What particular app do *you* use for recording travel geo points?