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Sunday, June 16th 2013, 6:29pm

Tutorial(?) - automatically geo-tagged panos & tours (streetview style)

I have a paid license and am very impressed so far with krpano. I have spent some hours on documentation and forums, and it seems the info on this subject is a bit scattered, and I hope with some help we can create a small tutorial to achieve an automated streetview-style workflow.

I have many GPS/EXIF tagged panos that I wish to be able to automatically get inserted into a tour with an interface similar to this one: http://jademo1.rpmedia.is (xml attached)

I tried testing this with the vtour droplet - but it would not insert the EXIF/GPS data into the xml. I added parsegps=true to the config, but I do not know what other steps are needed - I am not familiar with using placeholders and have been searching forum and docs for a place to begin.

Thanks in advance for any guidance.
rpmedia has attached the following file:
  • bingmaps.xml (9.47 kB - 12 times downloaded - latest: Sep 28th 2015, 5:42pm)

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Tuesday, June 18th 2013, 8:59am

Hi,

I tried testing this with the vtour droplet - but it would not insert the EXIF/GPS data into the xml.
When it doesn't load the GPS data, then the GPS EXIF data might be not there or not correct...

Best regards,
Klaus

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Sunday, June 23rd 2013, 1:13am

Attached is a exported JPG with GPS data in EXIF - verified by an EXIF viewer, but i see lat/lon arent populated in windows file properties under GPS. This is from pointgrey ladybug3 camera capture/export. Interested in your observation as why VTOUR isnt grabbing GPS info...
I tried testing this with the vtour droplet - but it would not insert the EXIF/GPS data into the xml.
When it doesn't load the GPS data, then the GPS EXIF data might be not there or not correct...

Best regards,
Klaus
rpmedia has attached the following image:
  • ladybug_panoramic_000155.jpg

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Monday, June 24th 2013, 4:10pm

Hi,

thanks for this image!

There was a small bug in the exif-gps parsing that caused that the gps informations couldn't be loaded from that image. In the next release this will be fixed.

Best regards,
Klaus