You can easily create the necessary file.
In Inertial Explorer export a newly formatted file as:
eventId X Y Z Heading
Then edit that file and add a header line as:
IMAGE_NAME_OFFSET, POINT_X, POINT_Y, POINT_Z, HEADING, IMAGE_PATH_OFFSET
Now open the same file in Excel.
Use the contents of column A to create the IMAGE_PATH_OFFSET. This will be different for each of the images you extract using LadybugCapPro.
Now use the Exif command in the Ladybug program.The Exif command tool:
If you have an events file as such:
``` OBJECTID,Field1,Field2,Field3,Field4,Field5,Field6,Field7,Field8,Field9,Field10,Image_Number_Offset,Image_Name_Offset,Image_Path_Offset,POINT_X,POINT_Y,POINT_Z,Heading 1,573,,148264.1844,1905,643640.803,1453516.46,237.612,2.03631,-2.811892,117.623732,573,LB_0_000573.jpg,I:\Schenectady071216\Ladybug\GeoRef\LB_0_000573.jpg,-73.93520651,42.82180429,237.612,117.623732 2,574,,148264.6842,1905,643627.981,1453509.504,237.655,3.019734,-2.492114,110.115842,574,LB_0_000574.jpg,I:\Schenectady071216\Ladybug\GeoRef\LB_0_000574.jpg,-73.93525448,42.82178544,237.655,110.115842
``` With these important fields:
IMAGE_NAME_OFFSET POINT_X POINT_Y POINT_Z HEADING IMAGE_PATH_OFFSET
The program will read those columns of data and generate an exif*.bat file.
It will then run the exif command on each entry. This client uses this all the time.
You can create such a file by exporting the data in IE and then simply editing it.