Uses the web service openrouteservice.org to generate an route in GEOJSON format based on the geodata of the selected photos.
|Name of the addon||PicApport GEOJSON Route Generator|
Creates an travel route for the selected photos by connecting the geocoordinates via roads. The created file is stored in the directory of the 1st selected photo. The file date is set to one second before the oldest photo. So the thumbnail image of the map is always at the beginning.
After finishing the add-on a button is offered to show all photos of this directory.
The following should be considered here:
Please note that the geodata of the photos (not the photos themselves) are transferred to openrouteservice.org.
|File name of the addon|
pagpOpenrouteGeoJSONRoute-x.x.x.zip (x.x.x indicates version)
|In Windows Installer||Yes|
|Required permission of PicApport-Users|
Permission to edit photo metadata. (Title, description, date, etc.)
Permission to set configuration parameters of add-ons.
The input parameters "API Key" and "Save current parameters as default" are only visible if the current user has this permission.
- Optional filename
If the field is empty, the directory name of the 1st photo with the extension .paRouteGen.geojson is chosen as file name.
- Minimum distance in meters (linear distance in meter)
Only coordinates with a minimum distance (in meters) from the previous point are transmitted for optimization
- Route type
Car, Cycling, Cycling mountain, Walking, Hiking
See also openrouteservice.org documentation
- Analyse request
if set, the JSON transmitted to openrouteservice.org is displayed.
The key can be obtained free of charge (as of August 2020) at https://openrouteservice.org/plans/ from https://openrouteservice.org/.
- Save current parameter values as defaults
If set, the current input values (including API ID) are stored as default values for future use.
This can be used, for example, to hide the API key input from users who do not have addon administration rights.
- Analyse result
If set, the result of the web service is displayed as JSON.