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    Default Australian Safety Cameras 1st February 2012

    Here are all the safety cams from the members section of GPS Data Team ... compiled 1st February 2012... This file includes spoken alerts (MP3).

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    Here are the source files for those who might like to play...

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    I don't think it's got the same poi's as Cagey's, but here's one for units using wav for spoken alerts. It has speed, red light, variable, bus lane and other safety camera locations [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].

    EDIT: I've also pulled out the gpx info from Cagey's AUSCAMS 1-FEB-12.gpi and repackaged it as AUSCAMS_wav_1-FEB-2012.gpi with a WAV alert "Warning, safety camera ahead".. Seems to work ok with the known cameras around my area.. but it could be dodgy because of the reverse engineering, so use with caution or test it first in simulation.[Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cagey View Post
    ......Here are the source files for those who might like to play...
    And i do like to play, therefore here is the correctly complied safety cam gpi file with WAV spoken alerts. Thanks Cagey.
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    As this one has not been reverse-engineered like the one in the post above, it should be just as reliable as the original MP3 file because only the sound files have been replaced.

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    hi mates, im just a newbie here.
    how do i use this? just copy inside POI folder?
    how do i test it?
    cheers

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    Just copy the *.gpi file to your Poi folder in the unit or sd. Test preferably in simulation, or driving a route where there are known cameras.

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    thank you, appreciate it.
    i removed the 700_safety_camera_Australia.gpi
    and 900_safety_camera_Australia.gpi
    and UNL_safety_camera_Australia.gpi
    these 3 are only 108kb

    i think they came from default
    and i copied the wav & the mp3.gpi from this page to the garmin.
    cheers

 

 

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