Convert Garmin Route to TomTom?

Discussion in 'Maps and Routing' started by Rambler, Sep 6, 2007.

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    Rambler

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    I really like the capabilities of Garmin's Mobile XT software on my PDA and Mapsource on the PC, and being able to create a route with waypoints on the PC and then transfer them to the Garmin software on the PDA. Currently, that's not possible to do with the TT Navigator 6 software.

    But... I was wondering if I created a route in Garmin's Mapsource software on my PC and export it to a GPX format - could I convert that to TomTom format and have the route on my Navigator software?

    Thanks for any info! :)
     
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    Rambler

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    I *think* I may have found an answer to my above question. :D

    Google is everyone's friend! I came across this:
    http://www.routeconverter.de/index_en.html

    I'll try it out when I get a chance and post back with my thoughts. :)
     
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    You can use POIEdit to convert GPX to ITN.
     
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    Excellent, already got it! This app seems like it'll do most everything I need. :D
     
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