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Creating GPS Routes And Tracks In Google Earth

EarthNC has a new Google Earth tool for taking points, paths, and polygons created in Google Earth, and either converting them to GPX or uploading them directly to a Garmin GPS (Windows only for the latter). Points are converted to points, paths to routes, and polygons to tracks. The downloadable KML file, full text instructions, and a demonstration video, are available at the website. They also have a simple online tool for converting KML files directly to GPX format by copying the KML file into the online text box and clicking a conversion button.

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3 Responses to “Creating GPS Routes And Tracks In Google Earth”

  1. 1 francois

    Very useful to me indeed.
    Thanks Tom for pointing to this tool and for your great blog :)


  2. 2 francois

    Oops thanks *Leszek* (looks like “Tom” was the photographer on the About page) ;)

  3. 3 Leszek Pawlowicz

    You’re welcome. And thank you for creating GPicSync!

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