Extracting GPS Data from GoPro Videos

Did you know that GoPro videos contain embedded GPS data? You can use this data to track your location and speed during your activities. In this article, we’ll show you how to extract GPS data from GoPro videos using the Telemetry Extractor software.

Step 1: Import your GoPro videos

Find the video with the GPS data you want on the GoPro. Open the Telemetry Extractor software and drag your GoPro videos onto the main window.

Dragging GoPro Files into Telemetry Extractor Premium

Step 2: Merge your videos

If you have multiple GoPro videos that you want to extract GPS data from, you can merge them together into a single file. To do this, click the "Merge" button and select the videos that you want to merge.

Merging GoPro Files in Telemetry Extractor Premium

Step 3: Extract the GPS data

Click the "Extract" button to start extracting the GPS data from your videos. The software will create a new file for each video, with the GPS data saved in a GPX format.

Step 4: Export the GPS data

Once the GPS data has been extracted, you can export it to a variety of different formats, including GPX, CSV, and KML. To do this, click the "Export" button and select the desired format.

Exporting GPS Data

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Using the GPS data in After Effects

You can also export the GPS data to an After Effects file. This allows you to overlay the GPS data on your videos in After Effects. To do this, select the "After Effects" format when exporting the GPS data.


That's it! You have now successfully extracted the GPS data from your GoPro videos. You can now use this data to track your location and speed, or to overlay on your videos in After Effects.# Sample Markdown

Find and Work with Distances in Google Sheets – TripTally

Google Sheets is a versatile platform that can be enhanced with add-ons to increase productivity and provide users with valuable tools. One such add-on, TripTally, is an efficient solution for managing and tracking travel distances and times using Google Maps. In this article, we’ll explore how to use TripTally to streamline the process of tracking travel distances and times in Google Sheets.

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The first step to using TripTally is to install the add-on from the Google Workspace Marketplace. Once installed, TripTally will appear as an option in the Google Sheets sidebar.

Clickable TripTally icon in the Google Sheets sidebar

To get started with TripTally, you need starting and ending locations in separate columns. These columns will form the basis for tracking your travel distances and times.

Three steps to use TripTally

Give the add-on the location of your addresses and click Run. TripTally will retrieve the distance and time for your trip from Google Maps and populate the corresponding cells in the “Distance” and “Time” columns.

TripTally also offers customization options to fit your specific needs. For example, you can add additional columns to the sheet with a link to the route or the mode of transportation used.

Overall, TripTally is a valuable tool for anyone who needs to keep track of travel distances and times. By simplifying the process of retrieving and organizing this information from Google Maps, TripTally allows users to focus on their travel plans and ensure they are staying on schedule.

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