GPicSync: a Free Geotagging Software


GPicSync is a free geotagging geocode software made ​​by Francois Schnell. It is a small and simple application that functions automatically insert location information into photo metadata so that the photo can be displayed in Google Earth, Flickr, etc. using the reference GPS track timeline.

Here are the features contained in GPicSync:




  • automatically geocode your photos (in the EXIF header)
  • use a GPS tracklog in the GPX format or NMEA format (multiple selection possible)
  • Support elevation data if present in the tracklog
  • create a Google Earth KML file to directly visualize the geocoded photos and track in Google Earth
  • create a Google Maps file to publish your pictures and track on the web (more)
  • Automatically associate audio or video files in Google Earth and Google Maps
  • create a Google Earth KMZ file (containing your geolocalized pictures and tracklog).
  • add additional geonames and ‘geotagged’ metadata (for automatic tagging in Flickr for example) and create an automatic IPTC caption (more)
  • manually write latitude/longitude in a picture EXIF or a selection of photos
  • handy tools integrated (Time correction tool, EXIF reader, GPX inspector, rename pictures with date/location,)
  • supports Jpeg pictures and main RAW files format (more)
  • software available in English, French, German, Italian, traditional and simplified Chinese, Catalan, Russian, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese and Czech (see translations)
GPicSync can be downloaded for free HERE. Tutorial how to use this application can be found on page Getting Started with GPicSync.
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