[talk-au] Redaction recovery
ericr at wamble.net
Fri Jul 27 08:43:10 BST 2012
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On 27/07/12 16:14, Brett Russell wrote:
> I have a Garmin Edge 305 that I can load into Basecamp rather than
> Training Centre so can generate GPX files from Basecamp that work
> with OSM.
I've probably got my 305 somewhere, but no mounts for it. I only
recently gave away my 705 to my brother, and wouldn't go back to
either of them from the 800 (not as a cycling tool, anyway).
Converting from FIT won't be impossible, but more of a pain than I wish.
> Cheers Brett Russell PO Box 94 Launceston Tas. 7250 Australia 0419
> 374 971
> On 27/07/2012, at 1:48 PM, "Eric Rose" <ericr at wamble.net> wrote:
> On 27/07/12 11:47, cam_daw at fastmail.fm wrote:
>>>> Hi Eric,
>>>> Try gpsbabel, it's a handy tool that lets you convert ways /
>>>> tracks / routes from one format to another:
> I wish it worked, as that's how I used to do stuff with the old
> Edge 705 and TCX format.
> Unfortunately, even though the GPSBabel site tells me that version
> 1.4.2 supports FIT files with garmin_fit (for tracks at least), I
> get a "Input type not recognised" error when I try and convert a
> FIT file.
> I might have to download a converted file from ridewithgps after I
> upload it there.
>>>> It can be a little complicated to use, and there is a command
>>>> line and a gui interface. The documentation on gpsbabel's
>>>> website is very good.
>>>> Cheers, Cam.
>>>>> I'm in Marrickville, but may be able to spend time cycling
>>>>> around and collecting traces in surrounding areas. Given
>>>>> that I haven't been an active mapper for a while, I'll have
>>>>> to re-familiarise myself with the tools again, and work out
>>>>> how to easily convert data from my Edge 800 (FIT format) to
>>>>> All my previous mapping was done around Mullumbimby, and my
>>>>> primary focus is on recreating data from my old traces in
>>>>> that area.
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