User Interface

GPStamper’s compact user interface can be conveniently placed anywhere on-screen, making it readily accessible for file or folder drag and drop from File Explorer*, which is the easiest, and recommended, method of selecting photos for captioning. Utilizes Windows 11 variable fonts for enhanced legibility.

Windows 11

Caption content (left to right):

  • Subject description
  • GeoNames/OpenStreetMap location**
  • Coordinates**
  • GPS accuracy
  • Image direction
  • Elevation
  • File name
  • Date**
  • Time
  • Author information (e.g., company/agency)
  • Custom logo (if plugin is installed)

Caption appearance:

  • Contrast
  • Size
  • Placement

*File Explorer's Details pane displays metadata created by, or shared with, GPStamper.
**An auto location and/or coordinates, along with a date, must be included in a caption.

••• Maps & Tools menu
1. Open File Explorer (and show/hide Details pane)
2. View photo locations in Google Earth, Google Maps, or OpenStreetMap.
3. View photo location metadata. 
4. Geotag photos from cameras without GPS/GNSS using a GPS track log from a mobile or watch app.
5. Enter Horizontal Positioning Error (HPE) values from a mobile app. Useful for non-iPhone photos where GPS accuracy information is critical.
6. Enable Windows 11 new system font in user interface for increased legibility (recommended).