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Prune Updated To 6.0 – Photo Geotagging And GPS Track Visualization For Windows, Mac And Linux

The Java-based GPS and geotagging application Prune, covered in earlier posts, has been updated to version 6.0. New features include:

  • Map view using OpenStreetMap images is now integrated in the main window, with control for map transparency; you can open up an OSM map or Google Map for the track location in a browser as well

Prune Java-based geotagging application
(You may have to turn off the firewall in Windows to get this to work)

  • Pov export has a new option to use sphere sweeps for better appearance
  • New function to check online for a newer version of Prune
  • New function to take a section of track and cut/paste it to another position
  • New function to add or subtract a time offset from point timestamps to correct for time shifts between a GPS track and camera time
  • New function to call gpsbabel to load data directly from GPS receiver
  • Additional file filter options on load and save
  • Italian language support

Full support for all its features requires downloading of the Java3D library, exiftool, and GPSBabel.

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