[gdal-dev] Associate single point coordinates to image.

Eli Adam eadam at co.lincoln.or.us
Fri Nov 14 09:03:44 PST 2014

GDAL reads EXIF data and you can grab that output and then send it
into an OGR output.  I used to have a bash script that did that, but
then I found there were some tricky things to overcome and found that
GpsPrune is really good at this.

GpsPrune can also correlate a GPS track and time stamped photos
lacking EXIF location data.  It exports KML points for the photos.

ExifTool has lots of EXIF data manipulation capacity,

Best regards, Eli

On Fri, Nov 14, 2014 at 3:38 AM, deve <orante.tucceri at exprivia.it> wrote:
> Yes. The final effect is the same: photo--> location-->image over the map.
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