[All?] Dictator - the most undemocratic recording and dictation software ever
onen.om at free.fr
Tue Apr 21 19:41:08 CEST 2009
I have been using OSMtracker  for taking voice notes while biking,
using the phone headset/microphone.
I think it creates a GPX file with some anchors in it, pointing at the
wav files names, it has generated. While opening the GPX file under
JOSM, with wav files in the GPX directory, I get icons all over the
track that I can click to hear it.
This looks like this:
<trkpt lat="XX.XXXXXXXX" lon="XX.XXXXXXXX">
<wpt lat="YY.YYYYYYYY" lon="YY.YYYYYYYY">
<link href="20080914_174113.wav" />
For me, this is satisfying. I can upload the GPX to OSM website without
problem. The only drawback if I would be picky, would be the extra data
in the GPX that is sent to OSM for nothing.
> +1 for putting the gps information (lat, long, date and time, hpv dops) .
> But please, OSMers, could you please help to know what you prefer :
> * adding them into the wav file (or ogg file) metadata ? Which format ?
> Have you any clue how to do it ?
> * just create a text file with the same name as the wav file and
> containing this info
> * just name each wav file with the long and lat and date time ?
> Please help. I would love to have this too, but we need more precisions.
> 2009/4/21 David Garabana Barro <david at garabana.com
> <mailto:david at garabana.com>>
> On Tuesday 21 April 2009 12:17:41 Francesco de Virgilio wrote:
> First of all, thank you for the application :)
> > The first time I've seen the screenshot on opkg.org
> <http://opkg.org>, I've thought that
> > it's big buttons are *perfect* for bike riding. So, the question is:
> > OpenStreetMap mappers (and other people, BTW) need an application
> > capable to take georeferred notes, which can easily can used to
> > them on mapping Desktop applications (such like JOSM).
> It wold be REALLY great to have such an application on Neo for OSMers :)
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