PhotoTrackr
PhotoTrackr
3.0.9b

2.0

PhotoTrackr

PhotoTrackr

3.0.9b03 August 2008

GPS photo tagging system, Pro version available.

PhotoTrackr
Free
03 August 2008

2.0

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PhotoTrackr

PhotoTrackr

3.0.9b03 August 2008

GPS photo tagging system, Pro version available.

Overview

PhotoTrackr Mac is a GPS photo tagging system. The system includes a small hardware GPS tracker (whose clock is synchronized with the camera clock) and software that can import the GPS data and add it to the correct photos. The software also offers photo management features, including album storage, archive and backup, notes and tags, GoogleEarth support, Flash slideshows and galleries, photo enhancements, and more.

What's new in PhotoTrackr

Version 3.0.9b: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

Requirements for PhotoTrackr

  • or later

2 Reviews

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29 July 2008

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Phototrackr for the mac is colossal PIA to use. The developers lost their way as they set out to produce a GeoTagging app. What they ended up with is a photo editing tool with GeoTagging support tacked on. The core functionality (GeoTagging) s buried in a dialog box that is easily overlooked on the last page of the main dialog box. Since it's a free program, it's hard to knock it on value. It does work and seems stable. It offers a bunch of export options like making Flash galleries and uploading to Flickr. All those are smart and well executed features that make the contrast between program's poor corp functionality and it's bells & whistles all the more stark.
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Version 3.0
05 August 2008
Just noticed that there is no way to export/write GeoTags to the EXIF data of your images. Geographic data is stored in a database, separate from the image. You have to pay for the pro version if you want this function. The program also creates a large database that contains copies of all your original photos. While this may be safe, there isn't a way to turn this off if all you want to do is geotag images without maintaining yet another image database.
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Version 3.0.1
29 July 2008
Phototrackr for the mac is colossal PIA to use. The developers lost their way as they set out to produce a GeoTagging app. What they ended up with is a photo editing tool with GeoTagging support tacked on. The core functionality (GeoTagging) s buried in a dialog box that is easily overlooked on the last page of the main dialog box. Since it's a free program, it's hard to knock it on value. It does work and seems stable. It offers a bunch of export options like making Flash galleries and uploading to Flickr. All those are smart and well executed features that make the contrast between program's poor corp functionality and it's bells & whistles all the more stark.
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Version 3.0
Free

2.0

Category:

Multimedia Design

Author Tools

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 3,988 times

Free

2.0

Category:

Multimedia Design

Author Tools

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 3,988 times

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2 Reviews

Rate this app:

29 July 2008

Most helpful

Phototrackr for the mac is colossal PIA to use. The developers lost their way as they set out to produce a GeoTagging app. What they ended up with is a photo editing tool with GeoTagging support tacked on. The core functionality (GeoTagging) s buried in a dialog box that is easily overlooked on the last page of the main dialog box. Since it's a free program, it's hard to knock it on value. It does work and seems stable. It offers a bunch of export options like making Flash galleries and uploading to Flickr. All those are smart and well executed features that make the contrast between program's poor corp functionality and it's bells & whistles all the more stark.
Like
Version 3.0
05 August 2008
Just noticed that there is no way to export/write GeoTags to the EXIF data of your images. Geographic data is stored in a database, separate from the image. You have to pay for the pro version if you want this function. The program also creates a large database that contains copies of all your original photos. While this may be safe, there isn't a way to turn this off if all you want to do is geotag images without maintaining yet another image database.
Like
Version 3.0.1
29 July 2008
Phototrackr for the mac is colossal PIA to use. The developers lost their way as they set out to produce a GeoTagging app. What they ended up with is a photo editing tool with GeoTagging support tacked on. The core functionality (GeoTagging) s buried in a dialog box that is easily overlooked on the last page of the main dialog box. Since it's a free program, it's hard to knock it on value. It does work and seems stable. It offers a bunch of export options like making Flash galleries and uploading to Flickr. All those are smart and well executed features that make the contrast between program's poor corp functionality and it's bells & whistles all the more stark.
Like
Version 3.0