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- Download GPSBabel from its official site.
- Start the installer and install.
- Start GPSBabel
- In Input select your saved track type and browse your track file.
- In Output select GPX XML and a destination file.
- Press "let's go".
Under Mac OS X
- Download GPSBabel from the official website. In August 2009, the downloadable .dmg image is both for PPC & Intel Macs (universal) and runs on versions 10.4.x (Tiger) and 10.5.x (Leopard).
- Mount the .dmg (double-click on it)
- You'll get a new window with 2 files ("gpsbabel" and "GPSBabel+.app"). Create a new folder anywhere in your Mac OS X user directory, and drag these 2 items inside.
- Unmount the .dmg (eject it). You can delete the .dmg file if you want.
Converting using the app
- Go to your specific GPSBabel newly created folder, and launch GPSBabel+.app
Converting using the Mac OS X Terminal
This procedure fits well with some GPS receivers (i.e. NaviGPS) which are not included in the .app GUI.
- Launch Terminal.app in your Applications/Utilities folder
- type this command, adapting the parameters in italic to your configuration:
/path to gpsbabel/gpsbabel -t -i [input format] -f [input file name] -o gpx -F [output file name]E.g.:
/Applications/gpsbabel -t -i navilink -f XXX.BIN -o gpx -F xxx.gpx
Install in Linux
Install gpsbabel with your distribution's package manager.