GPXEV(GPX Editor and Viewer) is web based free software.
Please click the following link.
The toolbar gives users instant access to the most commonly used functions.
Tooltips appear automatically when the you pauses the mouse pointer over a menu button.
GPXEV can use 4 kinds of markers and 1 kind of waypoint information.
You can change the shape of the marker in the Configuration Dialog.
If the image is linked, the waypoint information is displayed. GPXEV uses href attribute, type tag, desc tag to display images on Google Maps.
You can change the size of thumbnail in the Configuration Dialog.
You can hide the information window in the Marker Control Dialog.
If you change the setting with Marker Control Dialog, you can display "Name Marker". "Name Marker" shows the name of the Waypoint (name tag).
There are two ways to load GPX files.
When reading GPX files on the Internet using HTTP, the server must allow CORS(Cross-Origin Resource Sharing). For details, please refer to restrictions.
The Root List dialog shows the loaded route. You can select route, change the color, change the visibility, or open another dialog.
There are 3 data types on GPX.
There are 4 buttons.
To collaps all trkseg, click the triangle icon.
Click the Append button to display the popup menu.
There are 4 buttons.
You can see a list of waypoints.
There are 3 buttons.
Please refer to the details for "Add or Remove waypoint".
You can edit the waypoint properties. There are 20 kinds of waypoint properties.
Tooltips appear automatically when the you pauses the mouse pointer over a waypoint item.
You can check errors at any time on input. If there is an error in the input value, the text box will be displayed in red.
Click the link field to open the link dialog. You can edit additional information about the waypoint in the Link Dialog. In general, describe the URL of the image of the external site. This image will be displayed in the Google Maps.
Click the commit button to confirm the edited content.
Click the "Scale change button" to change the size of the dialog.
All items are displayed in the standard dialog. In the compact dialog, only frequently used items are displayed.
Click the route near the waypoint you want to move.
The current marker is displayed on Google Maps.
Click and drag the marker. Drop the marker to a different location.
The waypoint was moved.
You can add or remove the waypoint by Waypoint List Dialog.
To remove the selected waypoint, click the "remove button".
To add a new waypoint after the selected waypoint, click the "Append" button.
If you selected a waypoint in the middle of the route, a new waypoint will be added in the middle of the next waypoint.
If you selected a last waypoint, a new waypoint will be added behind that waypoint.
You can switch to the "Route Edit Mode" by clicking "Route Edit" button.
In "Route Edit Mode", operations other than route editing can not be performed.
Click close button, if you want to exit "Route Edit Mode"
There are 3 buttons.
There are 3 toggle button. You can change mode by clicking these buttons.
Add mode has a known issue. Please refer to the "Known Issues" page.
You can easily move the map in the Route View dialog and Map Control Dialog.
There are 3 buttons.
You can edit metadata of GPX in the GPX metadata Dialog. This metadata is top level metadata, common metadata for all routes. If you want to write metadata for each route, use Track Metadata Dialog.
If you set a default value in the Configuration dialog, you can click Autofill button to automatically enter the default value.
You can edit track of GPX in the Track Metadata Dialog. This metadata is the metadata of individual routes. You can set the metadata to trkType(trk) or rteType(rte).
Elevation Dialog displays ths elevation data.
If your GPX file does not contain elevation data, you can retrieve elevation data from Google servers. See Tool Dialog for details.
If your GPX file does not contain elevation data, you can retrieve elevation data from Google servers. This command access to Google servers for requesting elevation data. It takes 5 seconds per 512 waypoints.
You can reduce the number of waypoints by clicking the "Reduce" button.
You may not get the results you expected.
The figure on the left shows an example of a route with reduced waypoint. You can use this command to reduce the file size of GPX.
GPXEV makes the first and second waypoint the reference point. Next, GPXEV calculates the angle of the third waypoint. If the angle of the third waypoint is smaller than the threshold value, GPXEV remove the waypoint. GPXEV repeats this process until the route ends.
"Threshold Angle" is not an exact angle.
You can change the visibility of marker in the Marker Control Dialog. This setting applies to all routes.
This setting is temporary. Use the Configuration Dialog, if you make permanent configuration changes.
You can easily move the map in the Map Control Dialog and Route View dialog.
You can save your favorite locations on the map. There are 10 storage spaces. You can name the registered location.
If you click the Style tab, you can select the items to be displayed on Google Maps. Generally, items such as administrative areas, terrain, buildings, roads, transit, and water areas are displayed on Google maps. Map Control dialog can delete any item from Google map.
You can publish touring route by GPXEV. You can set the value of a CGI parameter in the CGI Parameter dialog. The CGI parameters that can be set are as follows.
For the example URL, please refer to the Example page.
In addition to the above, the following parameters can be specified manually.
You can save GPX file to local file system.
DO NOT OVERWRITE ORIGINAL GPX FILES.
If Click the Option button on the Save dialog opens the Save Option dialog.
For details, please refer to extensions tag.
You can change your settings for GPXEV. The setting information is saved in the cookie.
The specifications of GPXEV are as follows.
The specification of "extensions" tag used by GPXEV is as follows.
The output example of "extensions" tag is described below.
For XML Schema of extensions tag used by GPXEV, refer to the following URL. This URL is the attribute value of the namespace described in the GPX file.