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 +===== Viewing your Geotagged Image on Google Map/Google Earth =====
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 +Alternatively,​ you can select an image and go to Show Image Position in Google Maps under the Geotagging menu. This will launch your browser and pull up Google maps. There you have a number of ways in which you can view the position. Either through a typical map, via Satellite (which gives you an image of the location from satellite) or as a terrain map. 
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 +Finally, if you have installed Google Earth, you have the option to look at your image'​s location via the Show Image Position in Google Earth tab under the Geotagging menu. If you do not have the program installed, the menu tab will be grayed out. This program allows you to view the position from a variety of 3-dimenstional standpoints.
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 +===== Automatic Tagging =====
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 +In the Geotagging menu, go to the Import GPS Data for Geotagging and the following window will open: 
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 +Select your files that include the GPS data. Using the beginning and end-time of the GPS-data, all images that follow these parameters are selected and placed in the Geotagging window. The difference between GPS-data and the image'​s date and time of creation is made clear. If the creation-date is a while in the past, or the images were taken on a foreign trip, you can assess the correct time via the time difference window. The sign for the time correction can be adjusted. '​Minus'​ designates a creation place East of the Prime Meridian, '​plus'​ indicates West of it. Of course, this is all dependant on having a properly set clock in the camera.
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 +Choose an image out of the thumbnails for that displays location information,​ and the relating position in the window. In the Google map,  the image location info is displayed. If this position matches the actual creation location, you can click on the apply position button to tag the image.
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classic/view_map.txt · Last modified: 2013/08/30 07:14 by henning_stummer