How to convert gpx coordinates?

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How to convert gpx coordinates?

Jan de Boer

Hi,

I’m using OsmAnd+ ver. 2.1.1. to record my tracks on my Android device.

The output of the recorded track when handled by Babel as GPS XML for input and output w target gpx 1.1, looks like this:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<gpx version="1.1" creator="GPSBabel - http://www.gpsbabel.org" xmlns="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1">

  <metadata>

    <time>2015-09-26T06:38:10.619Z</time>

    <bounds minlat="51.726948200" minlon="11.590141300" maxlat="51.862271800" maxlon="11.988059900"/>

  </metadata>

  <trk>

    <trkseg>

      <trkpt lat="51.851491000" lon="11.590460100">

        <ele>86.385547</ele>

        <time>2013-08-04T07:31:00Z</time>

        <hdop>24.000000</hdop>

      </trkpt>

 

I use coordinates and date/time values to geo tag my photo’s. The software i use is Adobe Lightroom ver. 6

Lightroom requires the coordinates to be in the hh-mm-ss (N/E) format whereas the input format is in the decimal format.

 

My question is. Is there a way or command in Babel which can eihter manipulate the source file or the exported file so that the resulting gps coordinates are either noted as:

·         xx.xxxxx;xx.xxxxxx (which are automagically translated to hh mm ssss

or

·         hh mm sss (N/E/S/W)

 

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

 

Best wishes,

Jan de Boer


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Re: How to convert gpx coordinates?

Robert Lipe-2

This is the way gpx specifies them to be; the changes you're asking for !akes it not be gpx.

Perhaps he request is unclear or maybe a lot lightroom user can help. I'm skeptical that they require invalid gpx.

On Sep 26, 2015 3:35 AM, "Jan de Boer" <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

I’m using OsmAnd+ ver. 2.1.1. to record my tracks on my Android device.

The output of the recorded track when handled by Babel as GPS XML for input and output w target gpx 1.1, looks like this:

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

<gpx version="1.1" creator="GPSBabel - http://www.gpsbabel.org" xmlns="http://www.topografix.com/GPX/1/1">

  <metadata>

    <time>2015-09-26T06:38:10.619Z</time>

    <bounds minlat="51.726948200" minlon="11.590141300" maxlat="51.862271800" maxlon="11.988059900"/>

  </metadata>

  <trk>

    <trkseg>

      <trkpt lat="51.851491000" lon="11.590460100">

        <ele>86.385547</ele>

        <time>2013-08-04T07:31:00Z</time>

        <hdop>24.000000</hdop>

      </trkpt>

 

I use coordinates and date/time values to geo tag my photo’s. The software i use is Adobe Lightroom ver. 6

Lightroom requires the coordinates to be in the hh-mm-ss (N/E) format whereas the input format is in the decimal format.

 

My question is. Is there a way or command in Babel which can eihter manipulate the source file or the exported file so that the resulting gps coordinates are either noted as:

·         xx.xxxxx;xx.xxxxxx (which are automagically translated to hh mm ssss

or

·         hh mm sss (N/E/S/W)

 

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

 

Best wishes,

Jan de Boer


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