With BaseCamp and a BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription, you can transfer an unlimited amount of satellite images to your outdoor or fitness device and seamlessly integrate those images into your maps to get a true representation of your surroundings. It makes it easy to scout campsites, sources of water, potential hazards and more. If you prefer raster topographic maps, you can also download BirdsEye Select maps and pay only for the data you download.
Two options exist; for windows download and run setup. The map will then appear in Garmin MapSource and can be added to your GPS by selecting it in MapSource and sending it to the GPSr. For Mac download the mac version, extract it and double click the .gmapi file. Map Manager will then install the map for you.
Simply unpack a mapsource update (see links above), run MAIN.msi and then rename mapsource.exe to something else. e.g. mapsource_6.13.6.exe and then copy it into your main Garmin Mapsource installation folder (usually c:/garmin). Now you can decide which of the two versions you want to use.
Here are maps in Garmin image file format people have created from OSM data. Sites are listed by continent, then by country alphabetically, then by suspected usefulness (eg. sites which cover a whole continent and are updated regularly are listed first.) Maps offered worldwide or for a continent are often offering country downloads - hence they are only listed once and not for each region again. As OpenStreetMap is changing fast - only maps updated during the last 6 month should be listed. Permanently Dead links - please remove the entry.
Two options exist; for windows download and run setup. The map will then appear in Garmin MapSource and BaseCamp and can be added to your GPS by selecting it in MapSource and sending it to the GPSr. For Mac download the mac version, extract it and double click the .gmapi file. Map Manager will then install the map for you.
If you don't want to convert the maps, I converted the most popular openmtbmaps / velomaps ready to be used with Basecamp or Roadtrip in gmap format for Mac OSx. Simply look at the bottom of the download page for them (only available to donators)
Once downloaded, it may open to show the installation folder. If not, open it from your Downloads menu in your browser (double click on it) or open your Downloads folder, find and open it there (double click there too).
The maps for Garmin you can download below are usually updated twice a week. Here you have information on how to use the maps in your GPS or in the computer. If you need any map that is not here, look at +Mapas section to see how you can contribute to get it included.
Your freshly baked copy of QGIS is downloading. QGIS is free of charge, and will always be free of charge if downloaded from QGIS.org. If you can afford to support the project and people making this software, please consider making a small donation to support our efforts. Whether you choose to donate or not, we hope that you enjoy using our labour of love and encourage you to share and spread your downloaded copy far and wide so that others may enjoy it too. Our very best regards!
1) The unlock code is a unique combination of the serial number of the MapSource software and the unit ID of the GPS device. It ensures that the downloaded maps will work only on that particular GPS device.
Step 1. Download and install Basecamp from Garmin: click on the link below and it will take you to the page to download Basecamp for Windows. Follow the on screen instructions. When finished with step 1, download the link in step 2 below.
If tracks4africa maps are first download onto Windows XP or Windows Vista PC you will receive the above error message. When downloading a Tracks4Africa link from an online purchase, you have to ensure that you download and install it on your Windows 7 PC in order for it to work
Version 0.17Serial port name saved in Preferences.Fixed waypoint height when downloading from MLR/Digifly.Closing the serial port delayed after sending the last waypoint to an MLR/Digifly.
Thx but I know that problem and this is not the same. I can't see in GMTK anything of the new installed maps. BTW I never download manual maps, I only download complete countries and add them to an own map, i.e Norway in the map Norway, Italy in the map Italy and so on. I download the maps to my CSx60 and Nuvi after working on BaseCamp and/or MapSource. It works fine up till now.... On my Windows machine no problems but on the Mac I can't install the new maps...., OSX 10.9.5 is the last version I work with.
I just downloaded The Norway Country map from the same source and only received the "OSM generic routable(NOR_30-01-2015).gmap" in the zip file and it installed faultlessly so I suspect the whole country maps are fine too, and the problem must be in the process that you are using to combine them with your own map, and we need to know those steps.My requirements are simple so I am unlikely to be able to assist further.
OK, I have no diffulculties to install under Windows, not on my Windows machine and not under Windows (VMware) on my MAC. The problem is that I can not install a new map with [ ] osm_generic_new_macosx.zip 117M Map installer for BaseCamp / Mac OSX platform, on my MAC.I do exact the same as under windows, download the zip file, extract in a map and rename in GMTK. in Win OK, on the MAC nothing happend....
To unzip the file you just downloaded, right-click on it and choose Extract Here. Things may look a bit different if you have WinZip installed. If you see no way to unzip your file, please download and install WinRAR first.
Download and install the ChartSelect Download Tool v2 (Mac Download | PC Download), launch it and follow the prompts to download your chart to your Encrypted SD card. You will be asked to enter your ChartSelect email and password. 2b1af7f3a8