PhotoGPSEditor
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Meta-data and GPS editor for jpeg/RAW/tiff files.   Free
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PhotoGPSEditor is an easy to use meta-data editor for photo (JPEG/RAW/Tiff) files, plus it can match data from GPS (gpx or NMEA) files. The program is freeware, however, donatations can be made to help support future development.

With PhotoGPSEditor you can add location and summary details to a JPEG, RAW or Tiff files. Location information consists of latitude and longitide data, as well as town, area/region, and country. This can be added automatically by matching up photos with GPS (gpx or NMEA) file track data, manually (just type it in) or 'automatically' by placing a pointer on
What's New
Version 1.6:

Bug Fix:

  • Update for mac OS X 10.6 to fix a bug that was preventing images from loading
  • PhotoGPSEditor no longer runs in 10.4 or earlier
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.5 or later, Internet connection



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PhotoGPSEditor User Discussion (Write a Review)
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brett4 reviewed on 16 Mar 2008
On a new Penryn Macbook Pro with 2GB of ram, it took over TWENTY MINUTES to tag 10 photos from my 40D, and during those twenty minutes, the system was completely unusable- it took 30 seconds just to switch back to Safari, and it took two minutes to force-quit the program so I could get my computer back. I've never seen a program so completely monopolize a mac before, especially such a high-powered one.

40D photos show up incorrectly, with yellow backgrounds. Cities are not properly detected (it assumed I was in a major metropolitan city, not a suburb of said city, and did not offer any way to correct this except by hand-editing each photo. Since clicking on a photo means waiting a good 10-15 seconds while it calculates a preview, this is excruciating.)

Oh yeah, and the author appears linked to some sort of scammy "we'll give you the software for free if you sign up for this credit card/magazine subscription" website. Run away...
[Version 1.5.4]


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pintapass reviewed on 27 Mar 2007
Wonderful app when used in conjunction with a Mac-compatiple GPS location device or a mapping app like Google Earth. I just used PGPSE to tag 200+ photos from a Paris trip using the coordinates from Google Earth, and it went smoothly. The coordinates appear in iPhoto's "Get Info" window and they can be used to map the shots in, say, Flickr for an interesting slideshow.

Best of all, PGPSE doesn't (as far as my testing goes) strip the other EXIF data from the photos.

v1.5 supports drag-and-drop, which was my only quibble with earlier versions. I don't really know how they could make it any easier.
[Version 1.5]


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hangon reviewed on 23 Jan 2007
Great Great great....and the dev is very responsive to comment
[Version 1.1.5]


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Downloads:8,217
Version Downloads:3,271
Type:Multimedia Design : Image Editing
License:Free
Date:31 Aug 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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PhotoGPSEditor is an easy to use meta-data editor for photo (JPEG/RAW/Tiff) files, plus it can match data from GPS (gpx or NMEA) files. The program is freeware, however, donatations can be made to help support future development.

With PhotoGPSEditor you can add location and summary details to a JPEG, RAW or Tiff files. Location information consists of latitude and longitide data, as well as town, area/region, and country. This can be added automatically by matching up photos with GPS (gpx or NMEA) file track data, manually (just type it in) or 'automatically' by placing a pointer on a map to get the latitude and longitide data. The program can then add town, area/region, and country information. This process can also be described as 'geocoding' a picture/photo.


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