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GP-E2 EOS 6D ● Geotag images Introduction ● Use GPS log files from the GP-E2 or the EOS 6D to geotag Map Utility version 1.4 is a software utility for viewing the shooting images without GPS information. locations of images shot with EOS DIGITAL cameras either with built-in 1 GPS* functionality or used with a Canon GPS receiver. If you shoot ● Adjust the logging interval, delete 2 photos with an EOS 6D* or with another EOS DIGITAL camera used GP-E2 logs with GPS Receiver GP-E2, you can vie
System Requirements Supported Files Image Files File type Extension 1 2 Windows 7* , Windows Vista* OS 3 Still RAW Windows XP* Images in Canon RAW format .CR2 photos images Computers running one of the above operating JPEG Exif 2.2, 2.21, and 2.3-compliant Computer systems (preinstalled), with an included USB .JPG images JPEG images port. Internet access required. Movies shot with EOS DIGITAL CPU 1.6 GHz Pentium or higher Movies cameras released since January .MOV Windows 7 (64-bit): 2 GB o
Contents Introduction ................................................................ 2 Downloading and Installing Map Utility Version 1.4 ... 2 Main Features of Map Utility Version 1.4 ................... 2 System Requirements................................................ 3 Supported Files .......................................................... 3 Starting Up Map Utility ............................................... 5 Viewing Image Location Information .......................... 6 Import
Starting Up Map Utility Select the [ ] button ([Start] button in Windows XP) Click [Go] [Applications], open the [Canon Utilities] [All Programs] [Canon Utilities] [Map Utility] folder, and then open the [Map Utility] folder. folder [Map Utility] icon. Double-click the [Map Utility] icon. ➜Map Utility starts up. ➜Map Utility starts up. You can also start up Map Utility from Digital Photo Professional (version 3.11 or later), which is provided with EOS DIGITAL cameras. For details,
Viewing Image Location Information Import images into Map Utility and view location information. ● To magnify an image, double-click the image file on the image list or the thumbnail image shown on the map. For movies (MOV movie files), a separate window will open for playback. For In the main window, select the [Images] tab and click 1 movies (MOV movie files), a separate window will open for the [ ] button. On the screen displayed next, select playback. image files by specifying the stor
Importing GPS Log Files from the GPS Receiver GP-E2 In the main window, select the [GPS log files] tab. 3 GPS log files stored on the GPS Receiver GP-E2 can be imported into Click the [ ] button, and then click the [Next] Map Utility. Once imported, the log information is saved on the button on the next screen. computer. Connect the GP-E2 to the computer. 1 Turn on the GP-E2, and connect its [DIGITAL] terminal to a USB port on the computer. Use the interface cable provided with the camera t
● Imported GPS log files are saved in the following locations: [Canon Utilities] in the documents folder of the computer [GPS Log Files] [Documents] [Canon Utilities] [GPS Log Files] ● Click a GPS log file on the GPS log file list to view routes traveled (motion paths) on a map. Map data ©2012 ZENRIN - 8 C OP Y
Importing GPS Log Files from the Computer Editing Information in GPS Log Files GP-E2 EOS 6D Import GPS log files saved on the computer into Map Utility as follows. Certain information in GPS log files imported into Map Utility can be edited. The items which can be edited are [Name] and [Time difference] In the main window, select the [GPS log files] tab and 1 (time difference between local time and Greenwich Mean Time). This click the [ ] button. On the next screen, specify the [Time differ
Removing Unnecessary GPS Log Files from the List Unnecessary GPS log files can be removed from the GPS log file list. Edit the GPS log file information, and then click the 2 However, note that the files themselves are not deleted from the [OK] button. computer. In the main window, select the [GPS log files] tab. 1 Select a log file to remove from the list, and then click the [ ] button. ➜Edited information is applied to the GPS log file. Map data ©2012 ZENRIN - On the screen displayed next,
Geotagging Images Images without location information can be geotagged as follows. Click a desired location on the map, and in the dialog 3 box displayed next, click the [Save] button. Import image files. (p.6) 1 In the main window, select the [Images] tab. Select 2 an image, and then click the [ ] button. Map data ©2012 ZENRIN - ➜The blue pin changes to a red pin, and location information is added to the image file. Map data ©2012 ZENRIN - ● You can delete location information from geotagged
Geotagging Images Automatically GP-E2 EOS 6D Click the [Save] button. 4 Images without location information can be geotagged automatically, using GPS log information from the GP-E2 and EOS 6D. Import image files. (p.6) 1 Import GPS log files. (p.7, p.9) 2 In the main window, select the [Images] tab. Click the 3 [ ] button. Map data ©2012 ZENRIN - ➜The blue pins change to red pins, and GPS location information is added to the image files. Map data ©2012 ZENRIN - ➜Latitude and longitude of the
Updating the GPS Receiver Firmware GP-E2 On the settings dialog box, select the [General] tab. 4 GPS Receiver GP-E2 firmware can be updated to the latest version, as Under [Firmware version], click the [Update] button. needed. Download the firmware from the Canon Web site before On the screen displayed next, specify the storage following these steps. location of firmware and the file name, and then click Note that downloading firmware requires an Internet connection. the [Open] button. Con
Setting the Positioning Interval GP-E2 Click the [OK] button on the settings dialog box. 5 You can specify the interval the GPS Receiver GP-E2 acquires new position information. Shorter positioning intervals yield more accurate location information for your images. However, it will consume more battery power. Connect the GP-E2 to the computer. (p.7) 1 Start up Map Utility. (p.5) 2 In the main window, click the [ ] button. 3 ➜The settings dialog box closes. ➜The settings dialog box appears. 14
On the settings dialog box, select the [Settings] tab. Click the [OK] button. 4 5 Drag the slider to the desired positioning interval. ➜The setting is updated, and the settings dialog box closes. ● You can specify the interval on a eight-level scale, from every second to every 5 minutes. 15 C OP Y
Deleting GPS Log Files on the GPS Receiver GP-E2 On the settings dialog box, select the [Settings] tab. 4 GPS log files stored on the GPS Receiver GP-E2 can be deleted as Under [Clear log data], click the [Clear] button. On follows. the screen displayed next, click the [OK] button. Connect the GP-E2 to the computer. (p.7) 1 Start up Map Utility. (p.5) 2 In the main window, click the [ ] button. 3 ➜The GPS log files are deleted. ● A message appears when GPS log file deletion is finished. On th
Preferences GP-E2 EOS 6D Click the [OK] button on the settings dialog box. 5 In Map Utility preferences, you can configure routes traveled (motion paths) display conditions. Configuration of these conditions will narrow down the routes to be displayed, based on data recorded in GPS log files. The following two conditions can be set. ● Number of satellites used for positioning: The more satellites used for positioning, the greater the location accuracy. ● HDOP (Horizontal dilution of precisio
Drag the sliders under [Number of satellites in use] Click the [OK] button. 3 4 and [HDOP (Horizontal dilution of precision)] to ➜The settings are updated, and the window closes. configure the settings. Clicking [Apply] will apply the current settings without closing the window, which is useful in checking how the display will change. 18 C OP Y
List of Main Window Functions [GPS log files] tab (p.7, p.9, p.10) [Images] tab (p.6, p.11, p.12) Pin (p.6, p.11, p.12) *1 Export file for Google Earth™ button Image list (p.6) *2 Launch another program button Search map Image file (p.6, p.11, p.12) button (p.11) Macintosh version: GPS mark GPS device settings button (p.13, p.14, p.16) GPS log file Help button (p.9, p.10) Preferences button (p.17) GPS log file list (p.7, p.8, p.10) Import from GPS device button (p.7) Map data ©2012 ZEN
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