It’s been a while since we added this feature, but, just in case you haven’t noticed, we think we ought to mention it here. The add trip wizard has been redesigned and is now hopefully even easier to use. You can now add a whole folder of photos and GPS tracks through the TripTracker web [...]
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All trips now have an Embed dialog, which makes it quick and easy to add a TripTracker Map Widget with your favorite trip to your web page or blog:
To embed a trip, click the link and choose a widget type. You can also customize the size and title of the widget. To see what [...]
We just released new uploader applications for Mac OS X and Linux to complement the existing Windows uploader. Uploader applications streamline the process of adding photos and GPS tracks to your travel journals, making such uploads easier, faster and more reliable. By using an uploader application, you can upload multiple files or even whole [...]
One of the cool new features that we’ve been working on is the option to add travel maps to your own web page or blog. This post is intended as a “quick start” guide for embedding travel maps, and to showcase the new functionality.
TripTracker map widgets can be used to display any publicly accessible [...]
Update: The slideshow viewer now has its very own homepage. Check it out!
We recently updated the TripTracker photo slideshow interface. For a sample, click on the first thumbnail below and then the Play button:
(photos taken from the Thailand trip)
Feel free to use the [...]
When reviewing TripTracker, people often mistake our map interface for Google Maps. Fact is, we developed the AJAX code ourselves. We care a lot about the presentation layer and wanted to have full control over how the photo gallery interacts with the map. (Not to mention that acquiring and processing hi-res satellite imagery [...]
Flickr users can now create trips from photos hosted on Flickr, instead of uploading original photos from their computer. This will save you some bandwith [and hopefully save us some disk space ].
The feature should be especially appealing to those that already have geo-data embedded in their Flickr photos. The [...]
We’re happy to announce that TripTracker now supports the import of geotagged photos! Geotagged photos contain embedded geographical location information in the EXIF header section of JPEG images (see this page for a technical description of the relevant EXIF tags). TripTracker is now able to recognise and extract this geographical information from [...]