Welcome to the Remote GeoSystems Product Support and User Community Forums.
Here you can learn and share knowledge about how to easily “geotag” and “geoedit” videos, photos with geospatial data and metadata using Remote GeoSystems and 3-party technologies.
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Zero length GPS data detected
Hi. Continually get this message. "Zero length GPS data detected" Then followed by "the duration from the position of the video frame selected to the start of the gps log puts you at a time prior to the first point..." Tried videos from previous work and then new ones specifically for testing. No joy. Same with a video and track downloaded from your Google Earth extension trial. Using a Garmin Montana and Garmin Virb for the tracks. Montana set to 5 second intervals. Can you help? Thanks Ian
Would you be able to send one of each of the .GPX (or other companion files_ from the Montana and the Virb to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can take a look at it?
And to verify, you've tried the video and track files in both VideoGeoTagger Free and LineVision Google Earth and it gave the same error with both?
Hello. Sorry the delay in replying but wanted to be sure what was happening. Every video i worked with had this problem so I rebooted my computer several times and then tried again. Now it works. Weird. Very useful programme. Many thanks and appreciate the response.
But, for some reason, when opening DJI drone files with accompanying SRT file the lat/long seems inverted. So videos taken in southern Tanzania are somewhere off the coast of Morocco in Video Geotagger. Any ideas? Thank You
We have released a new build today that updates the DJI SRT file parser to accommodate a greater variety of formats, so hopefully now your video shows up in the right location.
The new build can be downloaded here:
In the event it appears the coordinates are still getting reversed, there is now an option to manually reverse the LAT/LONG should they be inverted within the SRT.
To reverse the LAT/LONG, right click on the video in the Media Browser and select "Reverse Latitude/Longitude"
This build also has other new features, including the introduction of YouTube "Cloud Hosting" capabilities and the ability to parse MISB data (however FREE edition does not include the "4-corner overlay" on the map that is found in PRO edition the new LineVision Desktop suite.)