KGeoTag 1.1 released
I'm delighted to announce a new release of KGeoTag, the KDE stand-alone photo geotagging program!
To improve the workflow, there's a new main menu entry called "Assign images to GPS data". This one triggers a configurable action, like "(Re)Assign all images" from the "Automatic assignment" dock. One now can load images and GPX tracks, assign them and save the coordinates without having to mark all images and having to use the context menu of the images list or using the "Automatic assignment" dock.
Additionally, some bugs have been fixed:
- The date and time displayed for a waypoint when walking along a track is now calculated correctly for the system timezone. Until now, the correct timezone was only displayed, but the time was actually displayed in UTC.
- I also learned that some GPS devices (in this case my mobile phone) do store milliseconds for a waypoint's timestamp. Maybe, also some cameras do this for the EXIF data. This lead to the matching algorithm not finding any exact matches, although there should have been some (caused by the way the lookup is done, see the ChangeLog for details). The exact matching now also works for GPX files and/or images containing times including milliseconds.
Have a lot of fun with the new version :-)