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    favourite Garmin BirdsEye Satellite Imagery -Test mode

    Garmin BirdsEye Satellite Imagery

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    Use BirdsEye Satellite Imagery test images with BaseCamp



    •High-resolution sub-meter color satellite imagery captures the world in brilliant clarity and detail.

    •Allows you to layer the Garmin vector maps on your handheld (such as TOPO 100K, TOPO 24K or City Navigator®) with BirdsEye Satellite Imagery for a real-life view of roads, buildings and terrain.

    •Makes it easy for hunters to perform preseason scouting, determine placement of stands and locate game pinchpoints.

    •Helps hikers and campers find trails/trailheads and clearings for camping areas.

    •Lets geocachers determine the terrain type around a cache and identify parking areas close to the caches.

    •Allows travelers to view tourist hot spots and landmarks from an aerial view to make excursions memorable without getting lost.

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    It's a xml ,you need to
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    put it on pendrive or SD in cardreader into directory \Garmin. Then start BaseCamp. On first start it ask about creating BirdsEye Imagery, you must say "no"because it needs a subscription.
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    Then you can download test images using menu tools->get BirdsEye...

    set the resolution before downloading






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    Hi CatyMag.

    THANK YOU... I was hoping someone would figure this out.

    But how to use ?

    Do we D/L the file, unzip it, and just copy it to the Garmin Folder on the device ?

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    read instructions in my post please
    if you have basecamp patched you can put it probably in any drive in a garmin folder
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    How can I to get more files .JNL from BirdsEye Satellite Imagery? I renamed the Demo.jnl files, but do not works.

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    Hi,

    I have a Garmin Oregon 550, and I was wondering if I can download several birds eye images and use them on my device; I haven't subscribed to the birds eye thingie.

    Appreciate your help on this one.

    Thanks,

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    Post New BirdsEye products - BirdsEye Select series

    There's some new products to select from in BirdsEye when using BaseCamp v3.1.1.

    BirdsEye products list:
    • BirdsEye Satellite Imagery Subscription
    • BirdsEye Select Deutschland
    • BirdsEye Select EIRE
    • BirdsEye Select France
    • BirdsEye Select GreatBrittain
    • BirdsEye Select Kompass - Austria - East Alps (Germany, Italy)
    • BirdsEye Select Kompass Switzerland


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    It's only the "BirdsEye Satellite Imagery Subscription" that works for free test mode.
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    thanks very much for the explanation, i´ts very usefull

    i have some dude about birdseye,

    when ended the suscription the downloads satellite images to the device ( charging on licese period) will be usefull forever (no time limit) or only on license period?

    the JNX files on SD can cute and paste to others devices?
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    Hi catymag;

    I have followed the directions to this .xml file, I can view it on my SD card under /garmin (and now I put it in /Garmin/Birdseye folder - still does not seem to work!

    I am able to load the image that i want onto Basecamp (newest version 3.1.2) but it will not let me load the full file on to my Oregon 450. It says no subscription and loads a small file - What is the xml file that you uploaded supposed to do?

    I followed your instructions but it did not ask me anything on the "First Start" in relation to Birdseye Imagery (or anything at all) to say "no" to - could the lastest version of Basecamp be the cause?

    If it was working could you load the full size "Test version"?

    Thank you

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    @Blaze1234

    Test mode means that it's just for test and demo of BirdsEye, nothing more.

    You already have a BirdsEye compatible unit (Oregon 450) and don't need the "GarminDevice.xml" file from this thread. The provided file is for those with whatever Garmin unit that don't support BirdsEye and letting them see what BirdsEye are about in BaseCamp. Basically the "GarmnDevice.xml" file here is just to enable the BirdsEye menu in BaseCamp in the same way as Oregon, Dakota and similar devices does when connected to BaseCamp. Getting a subscription is required for full functioning mode on a compatible unit.

    There's another thread about parsing and hacking the JNX file format. Unfortunately not too much activity from fellow forum members to help the thread starter.
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    So... no way to hack a subscription for Birdseye ?

 

 
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