[Kde-imaging] [Bug 208244] GPS: Time sync via image of GPS device time
simon.eu at gmail.com
Wed Sep 23 09:53:06 CEST 2009
--- Comment #3 from Simon <simon eu gmail com> 2009-09-23 09:53:04 ---
Sorry, I didn't have enough time to write out the description because my train
doesn't use to wait for me ;)
At the moment my workflow is: Select the images, open GPX file, be notified
that it did not match, re-open it again with time adjustment of +02 h because
my Cam is set to UTC, re-open it again with -02 h because +02 h was wrong
(although we've got UTC+2 here), check the exact time on the cam and compare it
with the GPS device time, enter the difference in minutes although when
travelling with my bicycle one minute may mean like 300 m inaccuracy ...
(Yes, I'm using GPSSync.) Except for that the plugin is really nice.
The sync dialog as seen in JOSM is really nice. The image taken from the GPS
device screen contains both camera date/time in the metadata, and the GPS time
in the image. This would be really cool and useful to have in digikam too.
As visible in the attachment the cam time is 08:41:54 and the GPS time is
08:41:01. Only thing I've got to do is to copy the time shown on the GPS device
and I'm done. Without messing around with +2 or -2 and so on. :)
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