Last updated on: 11/12/2013 by Rekha Yadav
GPSBabel converts tracks, waypoints, and routes from one format to another whether that format is a common mapping format like Streets, Trips, and Delorme, a serial or USB upload or download to a GPS receiver such as those from Garmin and Magellan. Usually, we get the data during transfer to the PC in a specific format. The freeware converts raw GPS data or recorded with Navis from Garmin, Magellan or other manufacturer’s waypoints collections into different formats. The opposite approach also facilitates GPSBabel on Google Maps, the freeware convert, created by Geocaching software POI lists or collections of waypoints from the network of various GSP devices readable formats. These routes are easily fed into a navigation device or a program other cards. Maps itself does not execute the program. It supports more than 100 formats some of them are: VPR, TRL, MMO, TWL, RWF, SSZ, SRT, DAT, OVL, and BCR. The application bundles some built-in filters for this, the track filters can be customized by adding a merging, title or splitting the files and selecting the GPS fixes while the waypoints filters can get details about radius, position parameters, and duplicates. GPSBabel supports a clean interface that allows users to perform several actions on the go. Overall it’s a very simple and easy program that overcomes the limitations of various formats of card and device.
In order to use your position and routes data between the freely chosen programs and devices GPSBabel allows users to overcome the limitations of various formats of card and device. This is a very easy and good application that supports more than 100 formats.
Due to the simplicity this application recommended to both experts and beginners.