GPS Data of an Image-An Intro

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Open the Adobe Illustrator program. Select an image file. In the ‘Search Tab’ select the’GDV’ drop-down menu and choose the “Create/Open.” Use this tool to encode a small short message in the EXIF GPS location data of the image file. Everything is then processed internally in your web browser.

Select a JPEG image: On the ‘Search Tab’ select ‘GDV’. Click on the’Copy Coords’ tab. A new window will appear, choose the ‘Content’ option from the drop down menu.

Use the ‘Search Filter’ to search for your location and the term ‘GPS’. Enter the lat and longitudes of your location into the text box. If you are in the US, you may just enter latitude and longitude in the left box while selecting the city of your choice in the right box. This is the location you will be placed in the Google map.

Navigate to the section in ‘Directions’ on the left pane. The navigation links may look like folders and links, but they are just links. Find the ‘Public GeoNametags’ tab on the top left corner of the ‘Google Map’ window. Under the section heading’digsite attribute codes’, click on the search button. The map now shows the public GeoNametags of your digicam location.

Use the ‘Edit Geolocation Tab’ to edit your precise coordinates. These are used as input parameters when you run the reverse geocoding software. To input your data enter your coordinate coordinates in the text box on the left pane of the edit geolocation editor. The scale option available will let you adjust the size of the image to fit the output resolution of your GPS device.

Click on the ‘Start’ button. You will see a confirmation message. If you have recorded your images earlier with your digital camera, this step will not be necessary. If you have not yet recorded your images, your GPS-enabled device prompts you to do so. You will then need to select the images to be loaded from your hard drive or downloaded from the device onto your computer.

Navigate to the ‘Search’ option from the context menu and click on the ‘New Search’ tab. Enter your public coordinate data into the text box. Your GPS device will prompt you to specify the name of the file you want to search. Click on the ‘Search’ option and a new window will open up. Enter all your data files that you want to search in the text box and click on the ‘Create Search’ button.