Autor Tema: Cómo armar un track con imágenes, usando mytracks, picasa, google maps, google earth  (Leído 626 veces)

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Estaba viendo información sobre mytracks y encontré esto:
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/mytracks/KDUo_xsThgI/B8a1SNdp-MIJ
Parece ser bastante complicado el proceso... pero bue, por ahí le sirve a alguien.
Acá un ejemplo de como queda http://goo.gl/maps/kTVG

¿Alguien sabe alguna forma más simple de lograrlo?


@Gunnar
 
How to link a My Tracks path to a Picasa album with GPS tagged images.
 
I broke out every little step so this list looks longer than it really needs to be just for clarity.  I figure too much info is better than too little.  Once you link a map with Picasa a time or three, you will see how fast it is.

    Upload a My Tracks path to Google. From My Tracks click 'Send to Google'.  On upload options, check 'Google My Maps'; Check 'Create a new map'; Other upload options do not matter for this task so they are OK if checked/unchecked.
    BTW, among other things Google Fusion Tables allow you to merge multiple tracks.
    Have a Picasa album created with GPS tagged photos.  The photos are tagged if there is a small pushpin icon at the bottom right corner (when viewing thumnails).  Sync the album to the web.

        If your pictures are not GPS tagged, you can do this from within Picasa.  Open the picture in Picasa, click 'Tools', 'Geotag', 'Geotag with Google Earth'.  Its a manual one-picture-at-a-time thing but at least the option is available.  You need to have Google Earth installed on your computer.  Its a free download if you need it.
        If you enter a caption in Picasa, these upload to the web and will appear on your map.  I strongly recommend taking the time to type in a short caption.  In the final map, the thumbnails can be a bit hard to figure out.  These captions will make your mashup more enjoyable for visitors.

    I cannot link a map to a Picasa album using Internet Explorer 8.  It may be my computer or just Google messing with Microsoft.  Anyway, you may want to try the following steps using another browser besides IE8.  I am sure Google would prefer you use Chrome.
    While logged into your Google account, visit maps.google.com.  If your are logged in correctly, you will see your Google user name in the upper right corner.  On the left side toward the top click the 'My Maps' link.
    In the task pane on the left, under 'Created by Me' will list your maps. The name of the map is whatever you labeled your My Tracks path.
    If you do not see your map listed then it likely either failed to upload from My Tracks or it was uploaded to another Google account.
    Click the name of the map you want to link to Picasa.
    With these next steps there is a bit of back and forth between your Picasa album and Google Maps.  I recommend you open these two locations in separate tabs so you can easily just switch from one to the other.
    The next step is to copy the URL of the Picasa album.  Visit the Picasa album that contains the GPS tagged images you want to link to.
    In the task pane on the right, ensure the 'Public on the Web' option is checked.
    Toward the bottom of the Picasa task pane, ensure the 'Show photo locations to viewers of this album' option is checked.
    Now you need to tell My Tracks where your pictures are.  I originally thought I could just copy the URL of the Picasa album and link it to the map.  However, this did not work for me so these next steps will use a KML file.
    At the bottom of the Picasa task pane, click the 'View in Google Earth' link.  This opens a dialog box where you can open or save a KML file.  In this case you will save the file to your computer.
    Switch to your map.
    Click the 'Edit' button at the top right of the map task pane.
    Click the 'Import' link at the top left of the map task pane.
    Click the 'Choose File' button.  Select that KML file you downloaded and click 'Upload from file'.
    Your map will now show the thumbnails of your Picasa images.  You may need to refresh your browser.
    After importing, the KML file may paste some HTML gibberish in the map 'Description' field.  This would be a good time to replace it with a better description.
    You can edit the line of your track if needed.  While in 'edit' mode, click your track line.  Little square handles appear along the line.  Click and drag these square handles to better convey your mashup to visitors.
    I had one map with seven segments that needed to be manually linked.  I edited the lines by stretching them to fill in the missing spaces and connect to each other.  Here is a link to this mashup with my manually edited lines: http://goo.gl/maps/kTVG   If you look carefully you can see where the line segments overlap.  One thing that is kinda amusing about this one map is it was a boat ride on a lake and My Tracks reported an elevation difference of 417 feet.
    Share your map with others.

Now I do not think this is a dynamic link.  In otherwords if you add images to your Picasa album and it is synced to the web these images will not automatically show up on your map.  You will likely need to redo the KML file download/upload steps.
 
For this reason I think there must be a way to setup a dynamic link.  I guess is is by using the 'Or enter the URL of map data on the web' option in the map edit dialog box.  I could not link using this option.  Perhaps someone could try this and see if you can link to Flickr.
 
If you need to upload a new KLM file, click the 'replace map data' option when uploading the new file to your map or you will get some duplicate images.

¡Hasta la cima siempre!

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che loco..yo creo que el ORUX MAPS te lo arma soliiito nomas... CREO...

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che loco..yo creo que el ORUX MAPS te lo arma soliiito nomas... CREO...

Habrá que probar!

Vos decís que vas haciendo el track y sacando fotos... y luego eso lo podés exportar a algo, que se puede visualizar en la web o cosas por el estilo? (o sea, el recorrido, con las fotos)
¡Hasta la cima siempre!

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che loco..yo creo que el ORUX MAPS te lo arma soliiito nomas... CREO...

 En el "magico..monstruoso.. y espectacular ORUXMAPS.." con total seguridad, podes ir generando "FOTO WAYPOINTS" lo que ahora no recuerdo.. -y lo voy a probar - si se pueden ver las fotos en el track...



Habrá que probar!

Vos decís que vas haciendo el track y sacando fotos... y luego eso lo podés exportar a algo, que se puede visualizar en la web o cosas por el estilo? (o sea, el recorrido, con las fotos)
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