This feature allows you to automatically set the UtcTimeBias and CameraOffset preference settings. To use it, you must be geocoding photos from a GPS tracklog and at least one of the images must have a known location.
Upon selecting, the photos and the tracklog will load into Google Earth where you can manually position one of the photos to its known location. RoboGEO will then calculate the two preference settings so that they can be applied to the rest of the photos.
You can quickly see your current CameraOffset and UtcTimeBias settings by hovering your mouse over the applicable button.
After setting UtcTimeBias and/or CameraOffset and upon unloading the Camera Clock form, you'll be prompted whether to reload the tracklog. Select Yes and all of your photos should be correctly geocoded with the new settings applied. If not, see the troubleshooting page for more information.
This option allows you to automate the setting of UtcTimeBias and CameraOffset items by specifying the timezone and by specifying the camera error.