'Visualizer' is such a broad, flexible program that putting its explanation into basic, plug-and-play language was nearly impossible. So I developed a basic 'template' of sorts which will allow you to nearly 'fall into' your first file.
After watching this you will be able to take that great, last offroad adventure out of the secret realms of your GPS unit and place it on Google Earth for all to see!
Two of the many rules for combat operations: #12 Don't look conspicuous - it draws fire; #13 Never draw fire - it irritates everyone around you.”
The links to the programs I discuss in the tutorial can be found on the "resource" page of the Offroading Home website. Click on over and select the "resource" tab. As explained in the tutorial there is a second link which will 'pre-fill' the preference form to make your job simple.
AND, as always, please leave a comment if you find any portion difficult to understand or follow; or, if you want to share an experience with the procedure.
This episode builds on the previous tutorials and explains:
- The GPS file types and how they are used
- Strengths and weaknesses of several GPS software
- How to use GPS Visualizer to make a KML file
- Where to obtain the 'quick link' to easily fill in a Visualizer form