- Sep 5, 2014
- Reaction score
- United States
That this data came from a car camera is irrelevent, the data is a GPS track. The form factor of the device that captures a GPS track is irrelevent to the data itself.Maybe GPSbabel needs to look at what's happening in the market, majority of car cameras use these same formats, seems that program has been all about other devices so perhaps not something they've looked at as yet, not even sure their program is useful for anything to do with car cameras though so there might not be any reason for them to look, don't know their program and what other uses it might have
If you're trying to make a player I'm not sure this is the most efficient way to go about it, maybe something else you have in mind though
Just because the "market" is doing something, it does not make it the right thing to do.
There are two standard GPS file formats supported by nearly every GPS track viewing tool in existance GPL and KML.
Tools that save GPS tracks should pick one of them to make use of their files easy.
I'm not trying to make a player, I am only trying to get these files into a format I can use on Linux. So far, I have found no programs on linux that support this file format. The non-standard file format that was created for this camera is making accessing this data extreemely difficult.