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GeoTagr How To & FAQ > How To (10 entries)

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  • GeoTagr functionality can be split up in 3 main parts: Location recording Track management Photo geotagging  ...
  • iPhone To track your locations, go to the Record tab. There is a running clock (makes synchronizing time with your camera easier) and a record button.  ...
  • First transfer your photos to a shared folder on your Mac. Make sure that AFP is active in System Preferences > Sharing > File Sharing > Options... Then, ...
  • For Flickr users the workflow is similar to the Mac workflow with the exception that the location is not stored in your photo, but is managed by Flickr. To ...
  • For SmugMug users the workflow is similar to the Mac workflow with the exception that the location is not stored in your photo, but is managed by SmugMug. To ...
  • To geotag photos on your PC, you can use GPX files generated by GeoTagr. Go to the Tracks tab (iPhone) or Tracks screen (iPad) to share an overall GPX file or ...
  • GeoTagr can share 2 types of GPX files: an overall GPX file that contains info about all recorded tracks and a GPX file per track. To share the overall ...
  • Record your location with GeoTagr while you take photos as explained in "How to record locations". When finished taking photos, transfer your photos from your digital camera to your ...
  • When finished taking photos, transfer your photos from your digital camera to your Dropbox folder. In your Dropbox folder, you can use a nested folder structure since GeoTagr will scan the ...
  • Record your location with GeoTagr while you take photos as explained in "How to record locations". When finished taking photos, transfer your photos from your digital camera to your ...