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 GPX and KMZ files - what's that?

Gary Wales MunroMagic.com
GPX and KMZ files - what's that? 15 May 2008
We have just released our latest new features, you can now download our routes in either GPX format or KMZ format.

GPX is a format that is compatible with handheld GPS systems. By downloading the route from our site and loading it to your GPS unit you can follow one of our routes one waypoint at a time. Check our download page for more on this.

KMZ is a format that is compatible with Google Earth. Google Earth is a free software program that contains a model of planet earth, with satellite and aeiral imagery providing an enormous level of detail. You can download this software for free and then download our route files and explore this fantastic virtual world.

If anyone is having difficulty getting up to speed with these new features then post for help here and help will be forthcoming!
 
 

Siegurd Van leusen
Re: GPX and KMZ files - what's that? 08 Feb 2010
That's really great and makes this site very usefull to me.
I will try to save all my tracks and post on this site!

Cheers,
Siegurd (from Holland)
 
 
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