HoudahGeo is a one-stop photo geocoding solution for OS X. Export geotags to EXIF, XMP and IPTC. GPS device optional.
HoudahGeo “pins” photos to locations where they were taken. Professional grade processing. Mac ease of use.
HoudahGeo can store latitude, longitude, and altitude information right within the image file — invisibly, with no loss of quality. HoudahGeo writes EXIF, XMP, and IPTC tags.
HoudahGeo projects may be published to EveryTrail or viewed and shared using Google Earth. Geotagged photos may be saved to Evernote or uploaded to Flickr or locr.
HoudahGeo caters to two very different needs:
- Geotagging for archival purposes using EXIF, XMP and IPTC tags
- Geocoding for publishing to Google Earth, Flickr, EveryTrail, Evernote or locr
HoudahGeo works best in conjunction with a GPS track logging device or smartphone app. HoudahGeo connects directly to many brands and models of GPS track loggers. It also reads GPX, NMEA, LOG, TES, … and TCX files created by third party software.
HoudahGeo integrates with the gps4cam iPhone application. In addition to providing track logging services, gps4cam also makes it incredibly easy to input camera clock settings in HoudahGeo. Camera clock info is the single question HoudahGeo needs answered in order to get automatic geocoding right. Thanks to gps4cam getting this right is now trivial: just hand HoudahGeo a photo of the QR code displayed by gsp4cam.
- Bug fix: HoudahGeo could fail to access master image files in Aperture
- OS X 10.6 or later
- A digital camera: point and shoot, DSLR, camera phone, etc.
- Optional: GPS track logger
- Optional: iPhone or other GPS-enabled camera
- Optional: iPhone or Android phone running the gps4cam app