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GeoTag

GeoTag

4.5.023 May 2019

Tag photo locations.

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23 May 2019

4.3

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GeoTag

GeoTag

4.5.023 May 2019

Tag photo locations.

Overview

GeoTag is a free OS X application that allows you to update image metadata with geolocation tags by panning and zooming in a map window and then clicking on the location where a photo was taken. It is a good way to add location information to photos or fine tune existing location information.

What's new in GeoTag

Version 4.5.0:
New Features:
  • Center the map (more or less) on a track when the track file is opened.
  • Add preference to select track color for GPX tracks.
  • Change GPX file loaded notification to a sheet attached to the GeoTag main window. Dual monitor users would sometimes find the pop-up previously used on the wrong monitor, i.e. no the monitor they were looking at.
  • GeoTag can now read GPS track logs in the format of a GPX file and display tracks on the map. This can help locate places where pictures were taken. Use Open (⌘-O) to select GPX files. GPX files can also be dragged onto the table.
  • Image location can be updated from a GPS track logs. Select the images to update and use ⌘L, Edit -> Locn from track, or crtl-click -> Locn from track. Note: this can be time consuming depending upon the number of images selected and the number of track log point loaded.
  • Images can now be opened with GeoTag. You can select one or more images in finder and then right click and select the “Open With” option. GeoTag will be one of app choices.
  • Double clicking on a row in the table will open a window to update the timestamp of the image. Timestamps are not changed during cut/copy/paste operations.
  • A time delta can be applied to multiple images. Select the images and use ⌘T, Edit -> Modify Date/Time, or ctrl-click -> Modify Date/Time. Enter the new time for the selected image. A time delta between the new and the existing date/time will be calculated. That delta is then applied to all selected items.
  • Images can be selected and the map can be panned/zoomed while saving images. Images locations can not be edited until the save is complete.
  • The last 10 map searches are saved across program runs. When Clicking on the search box saved search strings are indicated by a down arrow next to the Q icon. Click on the arrow next to open the menu of saved search strings.
  • Verify a file can be written by exiftool. If exiftool can not write the file do not allow attempted updates. HEIC (iPhone) files, for example, are not writable by exiftool.
  • ExifTool version 11.32
  • (internal) Swift 5, Xcode 10.2
Bug fixes:
  • Fix race condition when checking that all images had been saved
  • Fix location interpolition issues related to time zones.
  • Handle GPX logs that include milliseconds the location timestamp.
  • Fix error that caused a “could not save images” alert even when all image data had been saved.
  • Undoing a location update on an image that did not have a previous location resulted in a location of lat: 0, lon: 0. This has been fixed to restore the image to its “no location assigned” state.
  • Undoing all actions did not clear the window modified flag causing a “please save” message when window was closed/application terminated.
  • No more beachball when saving large number of images. Multiple images are saved in parallel, but the save process can still be quite slow.
  • If GeoTag (or your computer) crashed with files opened and one or more of the opened files was moved to a different folder GeoTag would crash on attempts to re-open the file.
Known Bugs:
  • Setting the date of an image outside of the range of 1970-2034 may result in an incorrect GPS Date Stamp. This is a limitation of how GeoTag, ExifTool, and macOS libraries handle date and time. One hopes that the year 2034 limit will eventually be removed ;)
  • You can not re-position a pin by dragging the pin. Instead click on the desired location

Requirements for GeoTag

  • macOS 10.12.0 or later

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