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Panorado Flyer is a simple geocoding tool for linking JPEG image files to the location where the picture was taken, using precise geographical coordinates. It can be launched from the Windows Explorer's context menu. The coordinates of the place where the photo was taken are stored within the JPEG file in EXIF format - either manually or automatically from Google Earth. Later, you'll be able to let Google Earth fly you the location again. If multiple images are selected, the resulting satellite view will include the locations of all images.
License Free
File Size 220.5 kB
Version 1.2
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows Windows Vista Windows 98 Windows XP Windows Me
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