I have a few folders of .JPG images that I need to geo-tag. I don't have a .GPX file or anything else that will let me use my usual tools (Geosetter or Photo Mechanic) to geotag the images, but I do have a CSV file of the image filenames and their lat/longs, like this:
Date,File_name,Long,Lat 20150317,IMG_3672.JPG,-93.6325489,35.39918169 20150317,IMG_3673.JPG,-93.6322368,35.39960017 20150317,IMG_3674.JPG,-93.6322159,35.39984365 20150317,IMG_3675.JPG,-93.6322203,35.39991498
I'm on Windows 7. Obviously, I could edit the EXIF metadata manually and copy and paste each set of coordinates into the appropriate EXIF tags, but I was hoping to find a way to do it automatically. I've found the Exiftool GUI, which has the ability to copy metadata from an XMP file to the appropriate JPG, but I don't know how to get my table into a set of XMP files in order to take advantage of that. I could also create a batch script to use Exiftool from the command line, which I can probably figure out on my own in due time but to someone who doesn't deal with EXIF data regularly, the sheer number of tags, command-line arguments and options available in Exiftool is a bit daunting.