Ahhhh ha hahaha.... I never thought of doing that.... geez I am glad my parents did not have a GPS logger when I was a teenager borrowing their car. They would have been horrified at the logged speedsI have a GPS logger as well. Great little gadget. Good to stash in the car when you drop it off for servicing so you can see what they've been up to on the test drive and ask the service manager why it was taken ona 20km test drive that included a stop at McDonalds.
Not sure if that is the answer, GPS Babel seems to just convert one file format to another not really edit the track.If you wish to convert the GPS file use GPS Babel. I only split the tracks if I was doing different regions on the one trip.
Me? I have a i-gotU GT-200, I use the @trip software to transfer tracks from the device to my PC, then I export the tracks. The @trip software can merge several tracks into a single "trip" and export it.Which program are you using to edit the tracks and what GPS do you have?
If I wanted to divide the track into different sections I would just turn it off and back on.
Don't let my wife know but I just discovered how to turn my mobile into a GPS logger. I have a Nokia Navigator and you can download a free GPS logging app for it here.Just looked at the device info and I haven't heard of it before.