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fire_317

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Posted - 13 janv. 2008 :  16:20:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
EDIT BY GPSPASSION 20100506 : Since this came up in a search, the "Swiss Knife of GPS Files", i.e. GPS Babel will convert any non-encrypted gpi file (so that means created with POI-Loader) to any desired format, such as .ov2, .csv, .asc, etc...


Original Post : I found a GPI file of the Walt Disney World area in Orlando. I want to edit this file and add in some of my own info. What do I need to convert a GPI formated file into something I can edit? Say an excel file or something? Thanks, Dan.

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jotne

Norway
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Posted - 13 janv. 2008 :  18:05:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Not possible, it is encrypted. (as far as I know)

Previously owned : GPS "eTrex Yellow" "GPSmap 76S" "GPSMap 60CS" "GPSMAP 60CSx" "Nüvi 660"
Unit I have now :"Nüvi 760 EU" "Nüvi 765" "Edge 305" "Colorado 300"
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gpspassion

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Posted - 14 janv. 2008 :  02:54:17  Show Profile  Visit gpspassion's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Besides "found" doesn't bode well for what you're wanting to do, mind the forum rule please.

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wpbear

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Posted - 15 janv. 2008 :  01:15:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
[EDIT - SEE PM]

Edited by - wpbear on 15 janv. 2008 01:19:45
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Simon Slavin

United Kingdom
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Posted - 16 janv. 2008 :  18:52:20  Show Profile  Visit Simon Slavin's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by fire_317

I found a GPI file of the Walt Disney World area in Orlando. I want to edit this file and add in some of my own info

You can make another GPI with additional points in and load many GPI files onto your unit at once even if both points are in the same area.

If you want to modify the information about the original points you'll need the data that went into them. Technically I can turn the GPI file back into a GPX file for you, but I will do that only if you can explain how you once had, but have now lost, the original information. And yes, I can tell which GPI files were made using POI Loader and which ones were made with professional tools.

Mac user, programmer, neophile.
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dmunsil

USA
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Posted - 18 janv. 2008 :  00:33:52  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
If it's the GPI file I made for MouseSavers, then the GPX files are also downloadable from the same page. We'd only ask that you not distribute derivative versions of the files. But if you want to add more stuff, go crazy. :-)

Don Munsil
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gpspassion

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Posted - 06 mai 2010 :  10:00:20  Show Profile  Visit gpspassion's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Since this came up in a search, the "Swiss Knife of GPS Files", i.e. GPS Babel will convert any non-encrypted gpi file (so that means created with POI-Loader) to any desired format, such as .ov2, .csv, .asc, etc...

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