[OSM-talk] OpenStreetCam to Mapillary?

Jo winfixit at gmail.com
Wed Sep 25 18:20:32 UTC 2019


I can imagine they can have such a restriction for photos made with their
app. (Don't know if they do, too much legalese to wade through), but photos
made with an action cam are yours, so you can do whatever you want with
them. I would expect that photos made with either app, should also be your
intellectual property, you made the effort of producing them. What you do
with them, should be your own choice.

Of course you can't download other people's photos and contribute them to
the 'competition'.

That wasn't the question though. I don't know if you can download your own
photos from OpenStreetCam again in the native resolution. I'm pretty sure
you can from Mapillary, but never felt the need to do so. I'm glad they are
parked there and I don't have to worry about storing them

Polyglot

On Wed, Sep 25, 2019 at 8:04 PM Rodrigo Rodríguez <listas at mundonomada.info>
wrote:

> If you haven't deleted the photos from your device after uploading them
> to OSC (the app gives you the option to remove or not photos), you can
> also submit them to Mapillary.
>
> I'm not familiarized with OSC but if you can download photos to your
> local devices, you can upload them later using Mapuillary-tools
> [https://github.com/mapillary/mapillary_tools].
>
> Said done that, you will have to check whether you can do that or not,
> according to licenses and usage policies from both services. I remember
> once have read about a restrictive usage policy from Mapillary, in which
> you can't use photos uploaded to the project for another services (like
> OpenStreetCam). Vice versa doesn't work that way (OSC was/is more open
> in that sense), but I am not aware if that has changed.
>
> On 25/9/19 08:28, Paul Johnson wrote:
> > Is there a good way to export all your data from OpenStreetCam, in order
> > to consolidate it on a Mapillary account?
> >
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