Here is a script button that will apply GPS coordinates copied from Google Maps to the selected image files.
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How to use
[li]Go to Google Map[/li]
[li]Right click on the desired location and select "More info about this place"[/li]
[li]At the bottom of the map, there will display coordinates link like "40.274721, -92.445195"[/li]
[li]Click on it[/li]
[li]The coordinates will display into the search input on the left. Copy them.[/li]
[li]In DOpus, select image files you want coordinates to apply to. (If you select all files in a tab, the script will automatically run on image files only)[/li]
[li]Click on the button provided here and the GPS metadata will be applied[/li]
[li]If the clipboard doesn't contain any supported GPS coordinates format, you'll be prompted to paste the coordinates.[/li][/ul]
How to install button
Download the desired button version and drag & drop it in a Dopus toolbar in customize mode.
Here is the english version:
ADD Google Maps GPS data [ENG].dcf (24 KB)
Here is the french version of the button:
ADD Google Maps GPS data [FRA].dcf (24.1 KB)
Fix : "42.018396,-105.234445" format was processed as invalid because the script expected there was a space after the comma such as "42.018396, -105.234445"
Fix : If among the selected files there were other file types, the script couldn't apply metadata to the image files
Change: No filter is required anymore. Valid files are automatically handled by the script.
Smart behavior: if the clipboard contains valid GPS (like "40.274721, -92.445195"), clicking the button will directly apply them to the selected image files else user will be prompted to enter coordinates.
First release: The button prompts user to enter GPS data.