Gpx Viewer Google Maps

 

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Google Maps Gpx

Gpx Viewer Google Maps

This tool accepts a link to pre-made Google Directions and converts them to a GPX file. This file can be uploaded and used in sat-nav and GPS units. This tool is built by a GPS amateur, please treat the output with scrutiny.

Viewing Gpx In Google Maps

Click here to select a different type of map (terrain, hybride, roadmap)
This allows to play all legs of the route using StreetView.
Each image will stay for a specific time (default is 1,200 msec),
and each new image is separated from the previous one by 175 meters.
When selected, this asks Google Maps service to create a route not using Highways.
Using this button will recreate the route.
When selected, this asks Google Maps service to create a route not using Toll routes.
Using this button will recreate the route.
Places
This dialog let you display places on the map.
For instance, you could choose to display all McDonald's on the map.
Or, you could also choose to display all Harley Davidson dealerships on the map.
Configuration
Route Thickness : 3 pixels
Map Style
My Google Maps API key
Without a valid Google Maps API, this program is not usable!
Beginning on June 11, 2018, Google requires to use a valid API key
for all Google Maps projects. Since I can not afford to have my personal
key to be used here by everbody using this free program, your only option is
to request a google maps api key and use it here.
Set Starting Position
This allows you to setup an address (usually your home address).
When you start then this application, Google Maps will show this address.
Autocomplete Settings
This allows you to define a Country and Type Restriction
(such as address, city, region, etc.) that will be used
for Autocomplete operation.
You will need to reload the page to use the new settings.
This will clear all your settings!
You will need to reload the page after your clear the settings.
This creates a URL which will use Google Maps with the current route.
This creates a URL which will use StreetViewPlayer with the current route.
You can use this feature to bookmark a specific route.
This dialog let you configure a few things like the distance and time intervals between images,
a default starting point, autocomplete settings, etc..

Once a route has been defined, this option allows you to create and save a GPX file
(GPX stamds for: GPS exchange format).
This file can then be uploaded to a GPS device (for instance a Garmin).
This feature is mostly untested, and provided at your own risk!
I only tested it with my Garmin Zumo XT that I use on my RoadKing.
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Move the mouse pointer over a StreetView enabled route
(shown in blue) to see the two images
(same position, but 180 degrees apart).
Use the Ctrl key to avoid showing an image while moving the mouse.
Street View images settings
Step : 150 meters - 575 feet
Interval : 750milliseconds
This slider lets you define the step in the route.
Default is 150 meters, meaning that each Street View image are 250 meters apart.
This slider lets you define the time interval between each Street View image.
Default is 750 milliseconds, meaning that each Street View image is displayed for 750 milliseconds.
This allows you to change Steps and Intervall between each image.
Change the layout Map / StreetView
Once a route has been defined and you are playing this route through Google Street View,
this allows you to pause / continue the playing of the route.
Note that you can still use the slider at the bottom of the screen to move to any location within the route.
Once a route has been defined and you are playing this route through Google Street View,
this allows you to stop the playing of the route. Once stopped, a route can be restart (from the beginning)>br> or cleared.
Once a route has been defined, this slider can be used to move along any point of the route.
This slider can be used either in Play mode, or when the route is Paused.