Am Mittwoch, 23. Mai 2007 14:27 schrieben Sie:
> You need to use the -t option to download tracks, -w to download
> waypoints. You can specify both.
> See the examples here:
Thanks, I've been there and tried to understand the gpsbabel-documentation,
but there are so many possibilities, so I have to ask.
gpsbabel -t -w -i wbt -f /dev/ttyUSB0 -o kml -F out.kml
creates the _first_ track only. The result can be displayed with GoogleEarth.
How do I get _all_ stored tracks.
I never used "-i wbt,erase" as mentioned at
http://hexten.net/wiki/index.php/Wintec_GPSBabel_Usage so there should be more
than 1 track stored.
gpsbabel -t -w -i wbt -f /dev/ttyUSB0 -o csv -F out.csv
which comes closer to my needs for syncing with exiftool.
The output is
GPS Latitude,GPS Longitude,comment
At least I need the date, time and the altitude in this csv-file too. Latitude
Ref, Longitude Ref and GPS Altitude Ref would be fine.
Does the stream contain also GPS Version ID, GPS Measure Mode, GPS Map Datum?
I think these are default values. I use at the moment:
[EXIF] 0x0000 GPS Version ID : 18.104.22.168
[EXIF] 0x000a GPS Measure Mode : 3-Dimensional
[XMP] - GPS Altitude Ref : Above Sea Level
Any other recommendations how to create a textfile with the mentioned data is
welcome of course.