03-19-2016 05:21 PM
Is the executable file there? The manual for the Map Utility can be downloaded from the same link, too.
03-19-2016 05:56 PM
Yes there is. I'm currently reinstallng all software from the CD. First with the option to download current software. Okay that just failed. Same result. Now to reinstall ImageBrowser, but only directly from the CD, not allowing download.
After removing ImageBrowser, I attempted reinstall and chose the "only from the CD" option. The install stopped saying that disclaimers were not accepted or an internet connection was not available.
03-19-2016 11:34 PM - edited 03-19-2016 11:36 PM
(hope this is helpful to someone)
DPP does not show the GPS data, but it is in the image. I was confused by the GPS field in the EXIF, which remains blank. Processed images (raw to jpg) keep that GPS data. iNaturalist shows coordinates.
Complete Map Utility help file is on the solutions disk.
The Map Utility is not needed for the 6D unless you want to use it to view your images on a map :-) There is no need to attach GPS data to images with the 6D. Maybe the 7D Mk II requires this step. Either EOS Utility 3 attaches it for the 6D or it is already part of the metadata after the shot is taken.
EOS Utility 3 always offers to download the log file. The Map Utility app will show the 6D GPS locations just by importing images. Not sure if it is using the log file (since it seems to automatically load them) from the default unchangeble save folder. Thinking not since iNaturalist displays the data straight from processing in DPP 4.