With GPSPhotoLinker the latitude and longitude from your GPS receiver can be directly embedded into the metadata of your digital photos, creating a permanent record of where the photo was taken. GPSPhotoLinker saves the position data in the EXIF header, a common format used by many programs, like iView Media Pro which can immediately read the position data and use that information for sorting photos. Apple has already committed to supporting the GPS position data in Spotlight, the search engine in MacOS X 10.4. GPSPhotoLinker reads gpx files for track data, a common xml format for saving tracks, waypoints and routes from a gps.
|File Size||564.45 kB|
|Operating System||Macintosh Mac OS X 10.3|
|System Requirements||Mac OS X 10.3 or later|