Panorado Flyer 1.1      

Size:   88KB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2006-11-22

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OS:  Win 9x/ME/NT/2K/XP/2K3

Downloads:   2746

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Software Product Description

Panorado Flyer is a small, yet very useful tool for linking JPEG image files to the location where the picture was taken, using geographical coordinates.

JPEG image files can contain supplementary information (so-called Metadata).

Technical metadata as described by the EXIF standard can contain fields for GPS data, like geographical latitude/longitude, altitude, and track. The Panorado Flyer tool enables you to get the coordinates of the place where the picture was shot and insert them into these fields.

You can do it manually, using a dialog window.

Or, if you have installed the Google Earth client (can be downloaded for free), you can search for the location there, drag it to the center of the map window, then change to Panorado flyer, grab the coordinates and insert them into the image selected, without typing any numbers.

Or, if your camera is able to save the location right with the image - fine! (Only supported by a few brands.)

Later - on a few mouseclicks again - you can make Google Earth "fly" you to the location!

Panorado Flyer has been implemented as a so-called shell extension. I. e., you right-click on a JPEG image within the Windows Explorer to bring up the context menu, then select "Panorado Flyer", and then a submenu command.


"Good software"

Reviewer: -aa

Review Date: 2006-08-20

Pros: None

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: However there are digital cameras
that connect to GPS units and will
put the LAT/LON in the EXIF for you.

Or if you can't find or afford
a GPS compatible camera you can
take along a handheld GPS and
set waypoints at the spot when you take the picture. Match the photo time with the waypoint time.


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