HoudahGeo 3.0.6 Ranking & Summary
HoudahGeo 3.0.6 description
HoudahGeo 3.0.6 offers users with an easy to use and smart program which enables you to "pin" photos to locations where they were taken. Just like an expensive GPS camera, HoudahGeo may store latitude, longitude and altitude information right within the image file - invisibly with no loss of quality. HoudahGeo writes EXIF, XMP and IPTC tags. HoudahGeo projects may be published to EveryTrail or viewed and shared using Google Earth. Geotagged photos may be uploaded to Flickr or locr.
- iPhoto, Aperture & Lightroom integration
- HoudahGeo interfaces with your preferred photo library. Browse and select images right from within HoudahGeo.
- When working with iPhoto or Aperture, HoudahGeo uses current edited versions for export operations. When writing EXIF/XMP/IPTC tags, it offers the option to seamlessly switch over to working on the original master file.
- HoudahGeo may also notify the Places database of iPhoto’09/11 and Aperture 3 when it makes new geotags available.
- Geocode images from a GPS track log with a single click. HoudahGeo supports many brands and models of GPS track loggers. For other devices, you need to use third party software to extract GPX or NMEA track logs from the device.
- HoudahGeo may also geocode photos to the nearest waypoint.
- Automatic geocoding
- Many modern phones, like the iPhone 3G, have built-in GPS receivers as well as cameras. They take geocoded photos. Unfortunately photos coming from camera phones are often times low in quality.
- HoudahGeo is able to use those geocoded photos as reference points when geocoding your regular photos. Indeed, when HoudahGeo sees that both a geocoded photo and one that isn't have been taken during the same time frame, it can assume that both were taken at the same location.
- While taking photos, you should take one reference picture at each location where you stop. At each location you will also take a number of pictures using your regular digital cameras.
- HoudahGeo will be able to propagate geotags from a reference photo to photos taken within the same time frame.
- Geocoding from Reference Photos
- When no GPS device is available, photos may be geocoded manually by pointing to locations in Google Earth or using the integrated map interface.
- Manual geocoding
- HoudahGeo may write GPS coordinates and other metadata to EXIF/XMP/IPTC tags of many image formats (JPEG, RAW, DNG, CR2, ...). The visible image itself is not altered in the process. These tags may be read by numerous software products and web services. E.g. iPhoto, Aperture, Lightroom, Panoramio, Flickr, ...
- EXIF/XMP/IPTC export
- Create a Google Earth KMZ file from your HoudahGeo project. This allows for viewing your photos within Google Earth. This is a terrific way for sharing photos. Dazzle your friends, empower your business. E.g. a real estate agent may publish photos of available properties pinned to the appropriate locations.
- Google Earth export
- Advanced users may opt to create KML files from their HoudahGeo projects. This allows for use in Google Earth, Google Maps as well as other applications supporting the emerging KML standard.
- KML export
- Upload your projects as trips to EveryTrail. View and share your trips as slideshows. See your trip on a map.
- EveryTrail publishing
- Upload your images directly to Flickr. Share your mapped photos.
- Flickr upload
- Upload your images directly to Locr. Share your mapped photos. See your photos in context. Order gorgeous photobooks.
- Locr upload
- Enhancement: Time zone menu
- GMT offset timezones are now displayed in an easier to read format
- Bug fix: Snow Leopard
- Performance enhancements when running under Mac OS X Snow Leopard
- Bug fix: Keywords loading
- Fixes a possible crash when loading image keywords
- HoudahGeo requires Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
- It is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.7 Lion.
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