Embedding geotags in digital photos

Conclusions

With relatively little effort, you can use GPX tracks to geolocate images. For most users, digiKam is the best choice because it uses a simple approach and has a graphical wizard. GPS Correlate is a viable alternative for the command line. You will find GPS Correlate, as well as GPX Viewer, in the repositories of all popular distributions.

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