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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.




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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.


Basecamp Notifications on OS X (top) and Windows.Available nowBasecamp 3 for Windows and Mac are free and available now. You can download them using the links below. For installation instructions view our help docs.


I concurrently downloaded the OSM generic file to copy to the card in my Garmin, but need the detailed maps on my Mac to plan my routes. The global basemap does not have any usable detail for Thailand.


Up till I upgraded to el Capitan, i was able to install maps to basecamp on my mac. I tried all the aboveanswers[moderator edit after conversion to comment], but now i'm unable to install the OSM maps on my computer. I wish someone could help,


You need to download the "osm generic macosx.zip" and this will extract to the file "OSM generic routable(THA_19-01-2015).gmap" and that when double-clicked will install on the mac using Garmin MapManager.app I think and Basecamp on the Mac will load it fine. It worked for me ok. You may have downloaded the Windows or Linux file by mistake or got amongst the "Nullsoft Scriptable Installer script used to create the BaseCamp/MapSource installer." which is probably a Windows thing?


I finally found a solution. Actually still cannot import directly in basecamp as i used to but......!!!!!! After about a year of no more new OSM maps on my basecamp (mac osx el capitan), I just installed a new map for the first time again. :-)the solution for me is: don't import into basecamp (I stopped trying, none of the above helped me and couldn't find a solution). Instead: paste the map directly into the gps, then connect the gps to the computer and basecamp imports the map from the gps.


I downloaded the osm_generic_macosx.zip file on my computer.When I extract it, I don't see any executable file, only a folder named "OSM generic routable(GUF_13-08-2015).gmap" that contains various non executable files.


I have been using OSM for a while. I am using Basecamp on a Mac with OSX 10.10.5. I am sure that when I used to download a map from OSM.NL i would simply double click it and it would install itself, but now there is no executable file. Am i mis-remembering or being a bit thick?


You should use the other tool, called gmtk.The download file from the garmin site (osm_generic_macosx.zip) should be expanded. What you get is a file with an extension of .gmap (or .gmapi).


I use the Ibycus Topo Canada map as my main map for off-the-beaten-path adventures. Because this is a very large map, Ibycus does not distribute the files directly. You need to download a copy using BitTorrent. I was able to find a copy of version Ibycus 3.2 for Mac, but I could only ever find the Windows version of Ibycus 4.0. Today, I was able to convert Ibycus 4.0 to Mac .gmap format, and I thought I would use that as an example of converting Garmin Windows maps for use on a Mac. (Caveat: since JaVaWa is a free tool and not supported by Garmin, it is not guaranteed to work, and I have no idea how it works with locked maps). I will assume you have your Windows map files already.


I am downloading the BirdsEye images around my place to upload them in my Zumo but the download is very slow.I am connected with optical fiber and my usual download speed is around 350Mb/s. BaseCamp download speed is less than 1Mb/s.


No way to speed it up, that I've ever found. I'm also running on gigabit internet here, downloading a 230mb file (seems to be the max size allowed per file) takes about an hour. Been that way ever since I started using birdseye last year, and I've never figured out a reason for it, other than probably the birdseye server is severely throttling it for some reason.


a) Two folders to enable/disable showing the contourlines. "20m_contourlines" respectively "10m_contourlines" with an Info.xml inside to enable the contourlines and "Remove_Contourlines with an Info.xml to disable the contourlines in the map. Just copy/paste the Info.xml from here to the main folder, i.e. mtbtaiwan.gmap and overwrite the Info.xml in there. by default the 20m contourlines are active for all maps that have contourlines integrated and not in a separate download of course.


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.


Two options exist; for windows download and run setup. The map will then appear in Garmin MapSource or Garmin BaseCamp and can be added to your GPS by selecting it in MapSource or BaseCamp 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.


Although this map is free, and always will be if you find the map useful please consider making a donation to offset software, hardware, and hosting costs. There is a donate button at the bottom of this page or on the download page.


I just upgraded to Imac 24 with M1 chip, Monterey OS, I used Migration Assistant to transfer data and apps, all went fine... My only issue, I use Garmin Basecamp for motorcycle route planning. The Basecamp app will not open, prompts me to download "Rosetta" which I am not familiar with.. I called Garmin Support, they have no answers !!!! Anyone have this experience ????


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.


Freeware programs can be downloaded used free of charge and without any time limitations. Freeware products can be used free of charge for both personal and professional (commercial use).


This license is commonly used for video games and it allows users to download and play the game for free. Basically, a product is offered Free to Play (Freemium) and the user can decide if he wants to pay the money (Premium) for additional features, services, virtual or physical goods that expand the functionality of the game. In some cases, ads may be show to the users.


This software is no longer available for the download. This could be due to the program being discontinued, having a security issue or for other reasons.


If you are using the Openfietsmaps which are available for the Benelux countries, Germany and for the whole of Europe in is quite straight forward as they provide a Mac version (gmap) for Garmin Basecamp in their downloads.


When you download the maps from Velomaps they unfortunately come as a .exe file which you will have to run on a Windows based PC. If you have VMWare Fusion or Parallels on the Mac with a Windows install it is easy but if you don't have that find a friend with a windows PC and get them to run the downloaded file.


When the downloaded file is run it basically extracts the files into a default folder on the C drive: C:\Garmin\velomap\. It is the files in that extracted folder which you will need to transfer to your Mac.


GPSBabel converts waypoints, tracks, and routes between popular GPS receivers such as Garmin or Magellan and mapping programs like Google Earth or Basecamp. Literally hundreds of GPS receivers and programs are supported. It also has powerful manipulation tools for such data. such as filtering duplicates points or simplifying tracks. It has been downloaded and used tens of millions of times since it was first created in 2001, so it's stable and trusted.


Almost certainly. GPSBabel runs on Microsoft Windows 10-11, MacOS, Linux, as well as POSIX OSes like FreeBSD. This is amazing! What does it cost?GPSBabel is free software. It is free to download and use, and it's free to modify for your use, as it's distributed under the GNU Public License.


Downloaded the install program from our web site? This was a disk image which should have popped a virtual disk on your Desktop. If it didn't, there's a file in your Download folder that needs double clicked (the file that was downloaded). It will then "mount" the virtual disk on your Desktop. 350c69d7ab


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