Geo Tag Panel

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weidmic
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Geo Tag Panel

Post by weidmic » 09 Jan 14 18:33

Congratulation to the new Geo Tag Panel in Supreme V2.
I think this is developed perfectly and will fit all my needs for now.

Cheers,
Michael

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Re: Geo Tag Panel

Post by Hert » 09 Jan 14 18:50

Thanks Michael!

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Re: Geo Tag Panel

Post by KeesdH » 09 Jan 14 22:40

+1

This was the main thing missing in PS.

And kudos for various other improvements.

Kees

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Re: Geo Tag Panel

Post by jstartin » 09 Jan 14 23:03

+1 indeed! And thanks for all the many other improvements.
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Re: Geo Tag Panel

Post by Hert » 09 Jan 14 23:16

Thank you all for the kind words.
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Re: Geo Tag Panel

Post by andy@damroundup.com » 10 Jan 14 15:56

Please add my thanks and congrats to the new panel as well... I too think it is really well designed, fast and easy to use.

Just one question - when creating a catalog label and assigning Geo info to that label - is there a way to assign the data using a Map/pin placement? This would be a really easy way to add the data without having to know exact coordinates or find an image on my drive that have the same coordinates.

Thanks again for adding this great feature!
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Re: Geo Tag Panel

Post by Hert » 10 Jan 14 16:03

Hi Andy, thank you for the compliment.
In the Catalog Label you don't have access to a Map. However, you can copy the coordinates from the GEO Tagging panel and paste them in the Catalog Label details panel

Hope that helps
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Re: Geo Tag Panel

Post by andy@damroundup.com » 10 Jan 14 19:56

Ah yes.. thanks Hert - that certainly does help. Was just trying to come up with an easy way to assign coords to a label without first having to assign them to an image and then loading that image. This will help...
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Geo Tag Panel Default map starting point

Post by Tom » 12 Jan 14 13:59

I join the congrats about the Geo Tagging feature.

One questin: is it possible to change the default starting point of the map in the geotagging panel. Currently it opens at NewYork, and every time I have to pan long way to Europe.

Toomas

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Re: Geo Tag Panel

Post by Hert » 12 Jan 14 16:37

Thank you all.
Toomas, you can right click in the map to search for a location more close to you

Hope that helps
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