I named it geosmug.
Right now the interface and feature set are pretty minimal but it gets the job done.
First, the user uploads a GPX file and selects one of their SmugMug galleries. Then they’re shown the photos on a map and a few controls for matching up the GPX and photo timestamps, in case they don’t match. Finally, they submit the timestamp adjustments and the software adds the geotag data to SmugMug.
It also allows removing geotag data from photo galleries.
I plan on adding a few more features and polishing the interface a bit, but the current version is already usable, so I decided to write a blog post about it.
In the future I’d like to add support for Flickr, but for the next few weeks I’ll be focusing on improving the SmugMug version.
It requires a one time $5 signup fee, but it’s possible to try it out for free. Of course no changes can be saved until it’s been paid for…