Google Earth KMZ or KML to GPS Converter

Converts Waypoints, Routes and Tracks from Google Earth (KMZ or KML) to a GPS compatible format (GPX) in a few steps. How to convert? Save your points from Google Earth in KMZ or KML format. Load that file using Ge2Gpx. Then edit, modify and delete waypoints, and select the data you want to convert to GPX format and save it. Upload the GPX converted file to your GPS using any software provided by your GPS's manufacturer. New features: - 100% Unicode compatible, enables users to load KMZ/KML files with characters in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Russian, etc. ASCII, UTF-8, UTF-16 Little-Endian, UTF-16 Big-Endian, UTF-32 Little-Endian. - Interpretation of KML Polygons like perimeters (or tracks)
Price USD 20
License Free to try
File Size 1.55 MB
Version 6.0
Operating System Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows NT, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP
System Requirements None