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Convert and export routes, tracks, and waypoints from Google Earth (KMZ or KML) to GPX format.
Log tracks, create placemarks, and save them as Google Earth KML files on your Pocket PC.
Display waypoints, routes, and tracks in an interactive map.
Open over 100 different file extensions including DOCX, PPTX and XLSX.
Analyze GPS log files and generate Google Earth compatible KML files.
Preview and calculate distance of tracks, import CSV and KML files, and export KML and GPX files.
Convert Google Earth data to CAD Drawing in form of a KML file.
Keyhole markup language (KML) is a standard format used by many other mapping and navigation tools to represent geographical information. KML Map...
Want to know where your pictures and movies were taken? Taking a trip and want to add notes to your photos? KML Camera creates KML files a standard...
Convert waypoints, routes, and tracks from GPS (from GPX files) to Google Earth (KMZ or KML files).
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