How do Ubuntu tag GPs in photo?

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I never really thought that photos can be geotagged in software.  I got a camera with GPs built into it and it is embedded in the exif data.  How do Ubuntu tag GPs in photo? In picasa it has icon on each geotagged photos.  Is there a photo manager on Ubuntu or mapping tool that can let me browse through the photos based on the location it was actually taken? Does anyone can give recommendations for GPs and software that will work I Ubuntu?  There must be a better way to capture GPs coordinates for photos.  

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How do Ubuntu tag GPs in photo?

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Hi Menzies Dame,

In order for you to view all photos from your GPS camera, you have to open those photos on Picasa. It is a repository website of pictures that is produced by google in order for you to view your files on cloud without having a hassle time downloading and updating each time, therefore, all you need to have is an adobe flash player and a Java applet for Ubuntu

 

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How do Ubuntu tag GPs in photo?

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Hello, I had good luck with this version of Perl script: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gps2photo/ It uses Exiftool meaning that it supports almost every image type (including RAW formats) and it is relatively easy to tweak if you ever want to add some other meta data at the same time. For geotagging use Exiftool. There is a version developed for Linux. I use the Windows version one. It works with RAW and jpg files. Exiftool is command line only

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