Calf Trail Software Releases Geotagalog 1.2

Calf Trail Software Releases Geotagalog 1.2

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Calf Trail Software has announced the release of Geotagalog version 1.2, an update to their GPS tracklog based geotagging utility. Version 1.2 adds direct support for popular GPS loggers that record in the NMEA 0183 log format, including the AMOD AGL3080 and the new Sony GPS-CS3. Version 1.2 also adds direct support for Garmin's fitness devices via the Garmin Training Center (.tcx) file format. The addition of these two formats to the standard GPX support present since version 1.0 makes Geotagalog's geocoding workflow even smoother.

Geotagalog enables precise iPhoto Places support with any digital camera. It automatically combines digital photos with location data from a GPS tracklog from most popular logging devices, showing a live location preview with mouseover thumbnails as the user adjusts camera time settings for better alignment.

Geotagalog:
* Opens a tracklog and displays it on a simple map
* Losslessly geotags JPEG and RAW photos from a connected digital camera or a file folder
* Shows live preview of photo locations while user adjusts geotagging parameters
* Imports photos into iPhoto with the click of a button
* Allows photos from any digital camera to appear in iPhoto '09 Places as if they came from a GPS-enabled camera

Geotagalog 1.2 adds:
* Direct support for NMEA 0183 log files
* Direct support for Garmin Training Center (.tcx) history files
* Minor improvements to existing GPX tracklog support
* Tracklogs can now be opened with Geotagalog directly from Finder

The improvements in Geotagalog version 1.2 are offered as a free update to existing customers. A quantity-limited demo is available; the full version remains at the introductory price of only $19.95 (USD).


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