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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002033||GeoSetter||User Interface||public||2019-04-19 11:28||2019-04-19 11:28|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0002033: Subsecond values are trimmed from GPX track|
|Description||It looks to me like GeoSetter trims the subsecond values from timestamps in GPX tracks. Not rounding off the numbers to the nearest second, but simply removing the subsecond part.|
|Steps To Reproduce||I have a GPX track where to points that follow eachother have the timestamps "...:21:01.714" and "...:21:03.000". I have three photos with timestamps "...:21:01", "...:21:02" and "...:21:03" (no subseconds in the photo timestamps).|
Synchronizing these photos with the GPX track, places the first photo on the "...:21:01.714" point of the track, the last photo on the next point, and the middle photo in between. In reality, the middle photo should have been very close to the "...:21:01.714" point of the track.
I can only explain this behaviour by assuming the subsecond part of the GPX timestamps is simply discarded, meaning the "...:21:01.714" point of the track is treated as being "...:21:01".
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