I’ve been doing some research on this… blog post impending.
@JonSlayer The geotagger allows you to manually create a .gpx GPS track to match your video but only saves this as a separate .gpx geotag file.
Lot’s of the tools mentioned here are built on an open-source pieces of software, exiftool (a set of command line tools for reading, writing and editing meta information). Which got me thinking, why don’t these bits of software not seem to support adding a GPX track to a video.
Well, looking at a post from one of the authors of exiftool seems to suggest this is currently impossible with exiftool alone: https://exiftool.org/forum/index.php?topic=9525.0
@chelseabrian If you used something like GoThru StreetBuilder to extract pano images from your video, could you then inject the pano images with the .gpx from geotagger? It’s not pretty but it may work.
Workflow wise, this sounds like what I’d do (disclaimer: I’m regularly wrong). This is actually a really useful feature of Street Builder (the fact it creates a local folder of .jpg frames from your video after processing).
For those that want to get technical, the open-source tool (built into Street Builder), ffmpeg, does this. Example here.
Once the frames from the video are in photo files, you could then use exiftool (or some other software) to add the GPX track to the images.
Finally, ffmpeg can then convert the photos back into a video, if a video is required.