Geotag your photos from a GPX track.
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Geotag your photos from a GPX track.

This is a simple script used to add geotags (geographic metadata locating where the photo was taken) to images taken by a non-GPS camera by correlating the time a photo was taken to a point on a GPX track.


  1. pip install -r requirements.txt


python3 <path to the folder containing your photos> <path to GPX file>

You might need the --timezone argument. Double check the EXIF times are correct via identify -verbose.

Optional Arguments:

  • --max-diff: Maximum allowed difference in seconds between image timestamp and track point. Default: 300 (5 minutes).
  • --timezone: Three letter timezone the photos are in (e.g. EST). Default: auto-detect your local timezone.