fabien.ubuntu at gmail.com
Thu Sep 21 15:58:59 BST 2006
Gilles Caulier wrote:
> On Thursday 21 September 2006 15:41, Fabien wrote:
>> From my own experience, 30s is usually not enough. It would be great to
>>be able to change it manually.
> Yes, it's easy to do. I will do it.
Ok, great !
>>When I synchronize my pictures and my gps track, I use a 2 minutes
>>delay, which is enough for me (there is no new point in gpx file when I
>>stop to take pictures :) ).
>>Please, also note that times in GPX are GMT, so we also need an offset,
>>depending on the timezone.
> You are right. i will fix it. Instead to set an offset, why not to add a
> checkbox option to check the diff between the GMT time and the local datetime
> from computer and use it directly?
Well, if you take pictures during holidays in a foreign country and come
back to your computer, you will have to define manually the timezone.
I saw that some tools use the gps coord. to guess the timezone, but it's
a bit complex and not really useful I think :)
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