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3- Placemark Tool [Google Earth Tutorials]
 
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This video describes how to create and edit placemarks within the Google Earth program. This video is the 3th in a series of 6 video tutorials that cover the basic use of Google Earth as an educational tool for earth science courses.
Views: 26922 Jm Williams
Changing font size and color in a placemark in Google Earth
 
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This tutorial will show you how to use HTML coding to change the font size and color in a place mark within Google Earth.
Views: 10274 ipt287instructor
KML Files: Introduction to Polygons
 
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In this video: -Review of making a Point Placemark. -Making a Polygon Placemark. -Containers: Documents and Folders.
Views: 628 Noob Developer
Introduction to KML: A Simple Placemark
 
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KML is an XML notation for geographic information. Google Earth and other programs can read and display KML files. Minimum Information to put a Placemark on a map: Placemark Name Coordinates take the longitude first, then lattitude, and optionally altitude. Tags that open most be closed
Views: 313 Noob Developer
How to Create a KML File in Google Earth
 
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http://www.esurveying.net/land-survey/how-to-create-a-kml-file-in-google-earth How to Create a KML File in Google Earth Welcome to video tutorial on how to create a KML File in Google Earth. Google earth allows you to create a KML file very easily. KML files can be created for different purposes; in this video you will learn how to create a KML file for the purpose of creating a drawing file. Open Google earth and Navigate to positions for which you want to create drawing file. Click on Add Path Icon on the tool bar. Google Earth – New Path window will appear. Move the window to one of the corners of the screen and then go ahead and trace the path, by clicking the points along the path to be traced. Now come back to the New Path window and give a Name and Click on OK. You can note that at a New node is created with the specified name in Places group. Now you can right click on the newly created place and save it as a KML We have created KML by selecting “Add Path” Icon, in the similar lines we can create KML by selecting “Add Polygon” or “Add Place mark” also. Thank you, in the next video you will learn how to convert a Goole Earth KML file as an AutoCAD Drawing.
KML 101 -- How to Create Amazing Maps in Google Earth and Maps
 
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Find out how to transform virtually any data into KML -- regardless of format or structure -- using FME. You'll see how to easily create and style balloons, customize icons and colours, as well as intelligently organize placemarks -- all using repeatable processes that let you create amazing displays in Google Maps and Earth. Plus discover how to share real-time data by using FME with HTML5 WebSockets.
Views: 69973 FME Channel
How to create KML with regionation and styling
 
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Article and sample data: https://knowledge.safe.com/articles/1083/setting-regions-and-display-criteria-kmlregionsett.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=demo-videos See how to create KML data and style it. We'll look at attributes, regionation (display scales), coordinate systems, balloons, and other styling, This demo converts MapInfo .TAB to KML. To learn more about FME, visit http://www.safe.com/how-it-works/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=kml-regionation-demo-video
Views: 666 FME Channel
GoogleEarth Place Marks into Civil3D.
 
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In This video, I'm showing the method for export Google earth points into Civil 3D by using Excel sheet. Apart from this you will learn following things from this video. Google Earth • Add Place mark in Google Earth and Organize in Folder. • Selected Google earth Points Save as “.kml“ format (which can be open in Excel). • Finding Coordinate system Zone code MS Excel • Split Excel cells in deferent columns by using “Text to Columns”. • Increase Decimal numbers Civil 3D • Set drawing Coordinate system (UTM-WGS84) • Add Zone (Coordinate system code) from Google earth. • Import Points from file and create it’s style. • Create Point Group. • Change Point group style. • Adjust Labels size. Note: Please change "Longitude" and "Latitude" to "DECDEG Longitude" and "DECDEG Latitude" in Civil 3D point file format so all the decimal points will be added.
Views: 413 CAD MAN
Changing the Google Earth place mark font style
 
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This tutorial will show you how to change the font within your place mark in Google Earth using HTML coding. It will show you how to use bold, italicized, underlined, and combinations of those.
Views: 2245 ipt287instructor
Changing a Placemark Icon
 
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Created with TechSmith Snagit for Google Chrome™ http://goo.gl/ySDBPJ
Views: 1117 BilleBDMS
Valkenswaard (The Netherlands) in time-lapse
 
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I made this movie of these clouds on a windy day in Valkenswaard in the Netherlands, with my freeware program PhotoLapse. The 365 stills where shot from my bedroom window with my digital HP camera in 640x480 resolution in 1 hours time. Google Earth kml information: ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0" Placemark name Stephan van der Palen /name LookAt longitude 5.463961014008228 /longitude latitude 51.35210674108244 /latitude range 1915.220414029983 /range tilt 45.04739038838019 /tilt heading -5.304976396651592 /heading /LookAt styleUrl root://styles#default /styleUrl Point coordinates 5.462932116766339,51.34950729152497,0 /coordinates /Point /Placemark /kml Stephan van der Palen Creator: Stephan van der Palen
Placemark Label Hover
 
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The label will be displayed only when you move your cursor on the placemark.
Views: 113 spacetimesandbox
Fitting a Cubic Spline Curve to a set of Placemarks in Google Earth
 
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This video demonstrates the use of a script that calculates the cubic spline curve through a set of Placemarks in Google Earth. There is a comprehensive description of the code on the Wordpress blog at: http://wp.me/ppazE-Iu The source code, written in javascript, can be downloaded from Pastebin along with a sample KML file.
Views: 612 Colin Hazlehurst
New to KML then Learn and use in Google Earth Studio
 
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If you're new to KML or want to brush up on your skills then take the official Google Developers KML Tutorial - and what's included is a brilliant sample file, see the slide where it's loaded in Earth Studio. As we've read in the official earth studio docs, there are some limits on KMLs in version 1, yet supported are: Points, Polygons, Placemarks, Ground Overlays. Only way to know for sure - get testing :) The KML Tutorial page .. https://developers.google.com/kml/documentation/kml_tut What is KML ? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keyhole_Markup_Language g.co/earthstudio #TheMikeDownesPage #GoogleEarthStudio #KML --- Come, Visit and Learn at The Mike Downes Page http://youtube.com/mikedownes http://www.themikedownespage.com https://twitter.com/mikedownesz http://www.whatsinkenilworth.com/
Views: 778 Mike Downes
Export kmz file from Google Maps, import to MyMaps and change the icon
 
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This video shows how to export a kmz file from Google Maps, how to import the kmz file to MyMaps and also how to change the icon for the map marker.
Views: 25048 Joy King
How to import flightaware data to google earth
 
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https://flightaware.com records the paths taken by aircraft. And if you ever wanted to plot these flight paths on google earth this video shows you how to do it. You can follow the instructions here or you can just click the google earth button as appears at 0:42 seconds in my video and have flightaware write the data for you in the correct format. Below is the format of a kml file: replace "longitude, latitude" with actual data. Repeat with a new longitude, latitude on each line Also replace "(" with a less than sign and ")" with a greater than sign. You tube does not like xml in the description field. (kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0") (Placemark) (name)QF27 25/12/2016(/name) (styleUrl)root://styles#default+icon=0x307(/styleUrl) (LineString) (tessellate)0(/tessellate) (altitudeMode)absolute(/altitudeMode) (coordinates) longitude,latitute 151.1683,-33.9172 (/coordinates) (/LineString) (/Placemark) (/kml)
Views: 1287 thettguy
How to make a Line/Path on Google earth
 
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this is a short but helpful tutorial on how to make a line and path on google earth
Views: 130904 mnxcbvmxncvb
Tutorial: Using Templates to Create Content in Google Earth
 
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http://earth.google.com/outreach/tutorial_balloon.html You can start creating content easily in Google Earth using some placemark and balloon templates. By starting with a template design, you can stay focused on your content without having to know much at all about HTML or KML. This video demonstrates how to copy and paste placemarks from a template to get you started creating compelling content in Google Earth. For the full tutorial, see http://earth.google.com/outreach/tutorial_balloon.html
Views: 31262 Google Earth
How to import Excel data to Google Earth
 
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This is a video for the Beginner's with Google Earth showing how to import excel data in csv format to google earth and some other things. Pls friends subscribe my channel for more new upcoming videos.
How to combine multiple Google Earth paths into a single path.
 
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This videos shows the process of joining two kml paths together to a a single path and a single file. The steps are only two. 1-Create and save the paths as .kml files. 2-Open the .kml files in Notepad and merge their data together. The way to merge separate lines in the same layer is to manually edit the KML file. A code editor like Notepad, Notepad++, can be used to merge the two lines. The procedure described by George works well to merge layers into one single layer. I downloaded the map as a KML file, opened in Notepad++ and did a crude edit to eliminate some points and join the two lines under one LineString feature. After saving the modified KML file it imported it to a new kml file.
Views: 6537 Voice of People Today
New Google Earth App import KML KMZ files
 
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i have an new video at https://youtu.be/CpnLvBAC_QY recorded 28 Mar 18 looking at saved KML KMZ files.. #TheMikeDownesPage #GoogleEarth #Android Early in this video I say KMX, I meant KMZ, KML apologies. Have the New Earth App and see My Places with Import KML, KMZ and not sure what they does, then watch this video... On desktop, visit https://earth.google.com/web/ then left MENU, My Places More info at https://plus.google.com/collection/cF8JX or at this post that gives link to Google Earth Blog 3D Mesh file.. https://plus.google.com/+MikeDownes/posts/K9cbSTzaoMf find link next to text, ''find file in 7th pragraph... HERE IT IS...'' https://www.google.com/earth/ HELP at 'View KML files on Android' You can use your Android device to see KML (Keyhole Markup Language) files, which show geographic data such as paths or points of interest. Learn more about KML files. Open KML files On your Android device, open the Google Earth app. From the left-hand menu, tap Google Drive. If prompted, sign in to your Google Account. In Google Drive, find and tap the KML file in the left panel. Turn visibility on or off for the layer. https://support.google.com/earth/answer/2515639?hl=en -- Fun Fact Only 1.3% of my youtube views come from My Subscribers, in that case - Sub to my channel for updates here: http://goo.gl/zRJvCh And a Thousand Thanks for Watching and Learning how to do stuff google.com/+mikedownes .. youtube.com/mikedownes .. --- teach produce educate . nos discere nos - we live we learn https://twitter.com/mikedownesz https://plus.google.com/+mikedownes http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/mikedownes
Views: 38362 Mike Downes
Google Earth Tutorials - Creating an Advanced Placemark - II
 
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Creating an Advanced Placemark - II
Views: 857 AmX14
KML or KMZ Tutorial
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 358 ultari
Creating a KMZ file
 
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This video shows you how to create a KMZ file from Google Earth and save the file for transmitting via email.
Import Data from KML tool tutorial | XTools Pro, extension for ArcGIS Desktop
 
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In this video you will see a practical example of using the XTools Pro's “Import Data from KML” tool. XTools Pro provides more than 80 vector spatial analysis, shape conversion and table management tools and features for fast and effective work in ArcGIS Desktop. Download XTools Pro http://bit.ly/2dM5hKX Try it free for 14 days http://bit.ly/2cRUJZ8 Full transcript: XTools Pro is one of the most popular extensions for ArcGIS for Desktop end users. In this video we will demonstrate a practical example of using the XTools Pro "Import Data from KML" tool. The "Import Data from KML" tool allows importing vector features with the standard KML attributes (Name and Description) as well as with the extended set of attributes which is not supported by the standard tool in ArcGIS. Let’s demonstrate this on the example. For that, we will use the KML file with buildings of the California State University Northridge campus, which is located in the Northridge neighborhood of Los Angeles. Here is this KML file opened in Google Earth. We are going to import these university campus buildings within the campus polygon into a new feature class. Among other options XTools Pro allows importing only visible features from the input KML file. Let’s turn off the campus polygon feature, so it can be excluded in the import process and save the KML file. Then we can switch to ArcGIS. The "Import Data from KML" tool allows limiting the import area with the extent of some polygon features on the map, including selected features. Therefore, before we start importing operation we select the campus polygon feature on the map. Then we run the "Import Data from KML" tool from the XTools Pro toolbar menu. In the tool dialog we add the required KML file with campus buildings using the Catalog option. The output feature class field is filled automatically with default path and name. Now we can set up importing options. First, we specify the output layer file. This is optional but the layer file is needed if we wish to keep features symbology imported from the KML file. Then we make sure the standard Name and Description attributes are selected for importing. XTools Pro allows importing additional attributes that may be contained in KML files. So, we select this option as well. At that, we can see what additional attributes are available in the input KML files. There is no option to select only some of them or rename field names, so we can only select to import them all as is. Then let’s limit the number of imported features by extent of selected feature on the map. For that we enable the Use extent option and select the California State University Northridge layer from the Map content. Getting further to other options. We select to Keep Z coordinate in order to get 3D output features. And also select to Import visible placemarks only (we have hidden some features in the input KML file earlier). Finally, we can Run the import process. As a result, we are expecting to get all campus buildings within the campus polygon imported into the specified feature class. At that, the campus polygon shouldn’t be included as it was set as invisible. After importing operation completes we can see the result. Let’s open the attribute table of the new feature class. We can see the Name and Description fields. These are the standard KML attributes. Besides, there are additional attributes… …including the service fields like Extrude, AltMode and Tessellate. That is, all attributes have been successfully imported from the KML file. As we’ve got the result as 3D features we can see them in 3D as well. For that we will use the ArcScene application. As we can see, these are correct 3D features with valid Z coordinates. Speaking of 3D capabilities, the "Import Data from KML” tool allows importing 3D models from KML files. Here is an example of the Russia Tower skyscraper project. On the left you can see the input model in Google Earth and on the right is the imported model opened in both ArcMap and ArcScene applications. XTools Pro is the #1 Productivity Suite for ArcGIS Professionals. Visit our website to learn more or try XTools Pro free for 14 days.
Views: 1665 XTools Pro
Flight animation using KML in Google Earth
 
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Information on how to make this animation can be found at: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/38507069/how-to-make-a-flight-path-projection-if-possible-in-python/38636531#38636531
Views: 3656 Mazin Inaad
Padova cathedral in time-lapse
 
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I created this time-lapse movie from a webcam at the Sant Antonio cathedral in Padova Italy, grabbing the stills with my selfmade program WebcamThief and converting them into a movie with my selfmade program PhotoLapse. Google Earth kml information: ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0" Placemark name Padova /name LookAt longitude 11.88017685497477 /longitude latitude 45.41110177876708 /latitude range 4583.605444224653 /range tilt 43.66451613144298 /tilt heading 2.040890383065117 /heading /LookAt styleUrl root://styles#default+icon=0x307 /styleUrl Point coordinates 11.88017685497477,45.41110177876709,0 /coordinates /Point /Placemark /kml Stephan van der Palen Creator: Stephan van der Palen
Oosterschelde (The Netherlands) in time-lapse
 
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I made this movie from the Oosterschelde in The Netherlands, with my freeware program PhotoLapse. The 141 stills where shot with my digital HP camera in 640x480 resolution in 24 minutes time. Google Earth kml information: ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0" Placemark name Oosterschelde /name LookAt longitude 3.895294879713612 /longitude latitude 51.39488345009353 /latitude range 1517.894870869946 /range tilt 60.07852085716586 /tilt heading 134.7811600370909 /heading /LookAt styleUrl root://styles#default+icon=0x307 /styleUrl Point coordinates 3.895561475661182,51.39412666162282,0 /coordinates /Point /Placemark /kml Stephan van der Palen Creator: Stephan van der Palen
How to convert .KML to .TAB (Google Earth to MapInfo)
 
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Article and sample data: https://knowledge.safe.com/articles/1028/getting-started-with-kml-kml-to-mapinfo-tab.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=demo-videos See how to read KML data (including documents, folders, timestamps, cameras, and network links) and convert it to MapInfo. We'll touch on coordinate systems, attribute schema, and rasters. To learn more about FME, visit http://www.safe.com/how-it-works/?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=video&utm_campaign=kml-to-mapinfo-demo-video
Views: 8343 FME Channel
Annotate Google Earth
 
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Learn how to add placemarks, paths and polygons to Google Earth and save your annotations as a KML or KMZ file.
Views: 401072 Google Earth
London Covert garden street in time-lapse
 
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I created this time-lapse movie from a webcam in Covert arden street London, grabbing the stills with my selfmade program WebcamThief and converting them into a movie with my selfmade program PhotoLapse. Google Earth kml information: ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0" Placemark name Covert Garden /name LookAt longitude -0.1221857486443035 /longitude latitude 51.511772016071 /latitude range 353.8512567100262 /range tilt 51.09677419605428 /tilt heading 9.81307897884024 /heading /LookAt styleUrl root://styles#default+icon=0x307 /styleUrl Point coordinates -0.1227534831117652,51.51259301116632,0 /coordinates /Point /Placemark /kml Stephan van der Palen Creator: Stephan van der Palen
Edit Path
 
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Edit Path
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Google Earth Part 5: GIS Vector Data Import & Style Templates
 
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This presentation illustrates how to import a common data types into Google Earth such as GIS vector data. Further, the presentation investigates methods for enhancing the visual experience through the application of style templates. The presentation was created as part of a peer-reviewed educational series on Google Earth. The full suite of presentations can be accessed at http://ecolearnit.ifas.ufl.edu/. For more information on the statewide and online Geomatics program at the University of Florida, please visit us at http://flrec.ifas.ufl.edu/geomatics/ (Fort Lauderdale campus) or http://sfrc.ifas.ufl.edu/geomatics/ (Gainesville campus).
DevBytes: Intro to Google Maps Data Layer
 
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You can use the Google Maps JavaScript API to mark up a map with a variety of annotations, such as markers, polylines, polygons, etc. The google.maps.Data class is a container for arbitrary geospatial data that has no predefined settings about how data should be rendered. The google.maps.Data follows the structure of GeoJSON in its data representation and makes it easy to display GeoJSON data. Here we present a short introduction to the feature and show some examples using it.
Views: 77272 Google Developers
Luxembourg (Bourscheid) clouds in time-lapse
 
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I made this movie on a camp site in Bourscheid in Luxembourg, with my freeware program PhotoLapse. The 344 stills where shot with my digital HP camera in 640x480 resolution in 1 hour time. Google Earth kml information: ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0" Placemark name Luxembourg Bourscheid camp site /name LookAt longitude 6.083823535383789 /longitude latitude 49.90855153998724 /latitude range 3713.16714889224 /range tilt 51.49309912355556 /tilt heading 40.75868485196852 /heading /LookAt styleUrl root://styles#default+icon=0x307 /styleUrl Point coordinates 6.085581900289412,49.91205066922826,0 /coordinates /Point /Placemark /kml Stephan van der Palen Creator: Stephan van der Palen
KMZ - God Save KMZ
 
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Views: 5383 FelMakEntertainment
Paths of Sydney to Santiago Flights - Flat Earth ?
 
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This video looks at the claim that Sydney to Santiago flights go via the Northern Hemisphere because the earth is flat. It also explains how you can get flight data from flight aware web site and then have that data plotted on google earth. Below is the format of a kml file: replace "longitude, latitude" with actual data. Repeat with a new longitude, latitude on each line Also replace ( with a less than sign and ) with a greater than sign. You tube does not like xml in the description field. (Placemark) (name)QF27 25/12/2016(/name) (styleUrl)root://styles#default+icon=0x307(/styleUrl) (LineString) (tessellate)0(/tessellate) (altitudeMode)absolute(/altitudeMode) (coordinates) longitude,latitute 151.1683,-33.9172 (/coordinates) (/LineString) (/Placemark) (/kml)
Views: 3914 thettguy
Google Earth Language Settings
 
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Google Earth Language Settings
Views: 6369 IslamGamal
Belfast city in time-lapse
 
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I created this time-lapse movie from a webcam in Belfast city, grabbing the stills with my selfmade program WebcamThief and converting them into a movie with my selfmade program PhotoLapse. Google Earth kml information: ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0" Placemark name Belfast /name LookAt longitude -5.895199393367218 /longitude latitude 54.61469072674008 /latitude range 11077.3655704264 /range tilt 50.16770796389864 /tilt heading -77.94651987378548 /heading /LookAt styleUrl root://styles#default+icon=0x307 /styleUrl Point coordinates -5.941139630307164,54.59711939703994,0 /coordinates /Point /Placemark /kml Stephan van der Palen Creator: Stephan van der Palen
Popocatepetl volcano eruption in time-lapse with ufo-like clouds
 
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This is a time lapse movie i made from a webcam at the Popocatepetl Volcano in Mexico on Jan 19 2005. 4 hours 15 min are compressed into 1m42sec. There is a very interesting cigar like cloud in the lower left corner after 9 seconds in the movie. It seems to move from the right to the left after suddenly appearing out of nothing. The eruption starts at second 35 in the movie and at the same time a lot of those cigar like clouds appear to the right and above the volcano. The strange thing about these clouds is that some of them first stand still and then suddenly start to move, but this time not to the left but to the right. I suppose they are just clouds after all ;-) I grabbed the webcam stills with my selfmade program WebcamThief and stitched them together with my selfmade Photolapse program. Google Earth kml information: ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0" Placemark name Popocatepetl /name LookAt longitude -98.71128615913663 /longitude latitude 19.41389712984139 /latitude range 19807.53211481226 /range tilt 73.80485510507205 /tilt heading 20.39872313824215 /heading /LookAt styleUrl root://styles#default+icon=0x307 /styleUrl Point coordinates -98.71136162106168,19.37591954427642,0 /coordinates /Point /Placemark /kml Stephan van der Palen Creator: Stephan van der Palen
Views: 7304 Stephan van der Palen
Adding a Layer to a Google My Map
 
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Adding Layers - Need to sort/filter your locations in different groups? - Add a layer by clicking the "Add a Layer" button in the top left. - Layers can have uniform, a sequence of numbers or individual styles. - Layers can have labels for different placemarks and polygons turned on. - Can export individual layers as KML/KMZ to view in Google Earth.
Views: 112 Donnie Piercey
Lochness lake in time-lapse
 
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I created this time-lapse movie from a webcam at the Lochness lake grabbing the stills with my selfmade program WebcamThief and converting them into a movie with my selfmade program PhotoLapse. Google Earth kml information: ?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"? kml xmlns="http://earth.google.com/kml/2.0" Placemark name Lochness /name LookAt longitude -4.513203684649809 /longitude latitude 57.30321262461009 /latitude range 35116.41961151568 /range tilt 74.08138065501038 /tilt heading 12.95764035624543 /heading /LookAt styleUrl root://styles#default+icon=0x307 /styleUrl Point coordinates -4.54504142477613,57.23484718754131,0 /coordinates /Point /Placemark /kml Stephan van der Palen Creator: Stephan van der Palen
Google Earth Tutorial   How to organise all the information you are adding into foders within your k
 
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As you continue to add information to Google Earth the sidebar can become cluttered and it becomes more difficult to find information to edit it and to hide/unhide information. This video shows you how categorising information in folders makes it a lot easier to manage the map. For example, putting all placemarks in a folder together enables you to easily find placemarks when they need editing as well as making it easier to hide or unhide all placemarks with one click.
Views: 214 Goldseller