Also, if you understand in Russian I can give links to good Russian resources about it.Code:Please Login or Register to see the links
I've been reading though the forum and I have tried a few different programs and I still haven't had any luck creating Jnx sat images to send to my garmin Montana. I just want to send Higher quality satellite images to my Montana then the birdeye view files from Garmin. What would be the easiest way? I have the full registered version of global mapper but I don't want to pay for the premium maps. Is there another easy way to get Google earth maps or other high quality satellite maps to send to my Montana.
But the firmware needs to be patched to use "your own jnx". On the other hand if you have patched the firmware you can you use the "Birds Eye jnx files" from...lets say a friend who is having the subscription. Haven't someone collected already this jnx in a torrent?
Yeah I patched the firmware on my gps device. I have downloaded some birdseye sat view's from Garmin and have them installed on my device. I was just wondering if I could have a higher quality pixel sat image from goggle earth of some other source. I'm in the USA.
I was able to use Mobile Atlas Creator to get images from Google earth but now I'm having trouble creating a JNX file out of it. I saved it as a KML and had no luck converting it. Then I tried saving it as OSMTracker format and tried converting it with mobat2jnx but still I have had no luck. Whats the easiest way once I pull the maps I want from Mobile Atlas to create a JNX file with the maps?
The easiest way to work with the GoogleEarth service - use the SAS.Planet (IMHO).
The last builds of this program have built-in converter to JNX format.
This program has an English localization as well.
The current beta version of SAS.Planet:
Quick and easy and intuitive. Use Terra Incognita. Saves GE tiles directly to Birdeye JNX or custom map kmz. Upload and output your own high resolution image in same format. Large areas are automatically gridded plus you can enhance your map with your own gpx track or point overlay.
You can also load OziExplorer or BSB.KAP maps as your Map source and convert these to jnx.
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See the thead SAS planet after here.
You find some usefull informations to obtain JNX and translate
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