Table of Contents       20. Geotagging, GeoFinder, GPS, and KMZ


20.6 Edit GPS View Direction and Altitude

Some cameras like the iPhone can record the view direction in which a photo was taken. NeoFinder shows that information on the Map, with the Geotag itself.

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map with view direction


The little grey arrow in the red Pin points to the left, which is the direction in which the camera was pointing when the photo was taken.


NeoFinder 8 now offers an editor for that value, so you can edit it, and add it to GPS GeoTags that don't yet contain this.

Select any photo(s) with an existing GPS GeoTag, and use either the Inspector Label Menu, or the context menu, or the Item menu in the main menu bar of NeoFinder.

edit command


NeoFinder will open the view direction editor window for you.

editor window


Just drag the slider into the proper value, so that the grey arrow in the sample map points into the correct direction. That is all!

You can also enter the view direction degrees value numerically, if you wish to do that.

Below the sample map, you can entre the desired numerical GPS Altitude value.

Please note that the GPS Altitude value is always expressed in the full metrical Meters.


20.1 The Map and GeoFinder

20.2 Add geotags to photos

20.3 The Wikipedia Inspector