on 01-24-2019 12:25 PM
>I didn't end up using any code from your repo, as the project is in Python. I'm not really sure a PR would make sense given that, but the >code I'm using is this:
>It's a very stripped down version of what you're doing, as I'm only pulling out the data points/types I care about for my specific application >rather than parsing all the GoPro data.
python code - it is good.
run it with python3 interpreter on macos, with extracted MET stream, but in output get 39 bytes file with content:
on 01-24-2019 01:20 PM
- Extract the binafy with ffmpeg
- Convert to GPX with the gopro2gpx tool (you will have to compile it with GO first, or run the .EXE one if you can do that on your Mac)
on 01-25-2019 11:33 PM
try to process MET stream as described, import that .gpx file to garmin virb edit - yes, visually
route was right on map.
but virb edit telemetry do not show speed, only bearing and distance.
speed stays 0, gravity indicator too.
ok, gravity not very important there, but speed was important, why it stays zero?
PS and why there is no python script to convert .bin file to gpx?
it was much more handy, because of python was in default in almost any linux distro, for example.
also sadly, in readme file was no any info, how to use gopro2gpx.go script - it takes a time to get, i must run
go run gopro2gpx.go -i input -a 500 -f 2 -o filename
and also must have a
bash-3.2$ go run gopro2gpx.go -i out-0001.bin -a 500 -f 2 -o gopro1.gpx
gopro2gpx.go:14:2: cannot find package "github.com/JuanIrache/gopro-utils/telemetry" in any of:
/usr/local/Cellar/go/1.11.4/libexec/src/github.com/JuanIrache/gopro-utils/telemetry (from $GOROOT)
/Users/john/go/src/github.com/JuanIrache/gopro-utils/telemetry (from $GOPATH)
so, i must install it by
go get github.com/JuanIrache/gopro-utils/telemetry
yes, python script may be much, much better alternative, i suppose... :\
PS do anyone use a garmin virb cameras? how is it, comparing with gopro in general?
i know, it is very hard to make product worse than gopro, but anyway.... its soft and UI / firmware is better, not such murky and buggy?
on 01-27-2019 05:59 AM
if there is any programmer, may it take a look in moviepy?
it looks lika a python script, who allow to place various overlays over a video.
i start to investigate it, and it looks very promising at start...
on 02-19-2019 07:53 PM
I just hacked together a python3 implemention of the entire process based on the pastebin script a few posts back. I wanted it simple to use and able to process multiple videos at once into once track. I tested it with strava and it looks to be working OK.
usage: python3 gopro2gpx.py GP010010.MP4 GP020010.MP4 GP030010.MP4 out.gpx
probably works on windows and mac, linux is tested. if ffmpeg is somewhere other than /usr/bin/ffmpeg, edit the script accordingly.