When a video is shot using iOS standard camera app on an iPhone 6 Plus and location is enabled, does each frame in video contain GPS data that shows location info when that frame was shot in the video? Or does it only record GPS info for the start frame?

If the answer is negative, how do I shoot video to record GPS data for each frame? Is there third party camera app that does what I need. In addition to lat/long I also want orientation recorded for each frame.

Video is shot in fast moving vehicle.

  • Do you need the video as a part of the GPS? It may be best to shoot the video and simultaneously use a GPS app to record position data. Avenza might work. If you need some serious GPS tracking data, you may need to look for a dedicated GPS hardware. – Unassuming Guy Mar 14 '18 at 16:52
  • Also the level of detail (Lat/long, orientation + video) you are looking for may not be available to civilians, as this seems to be straying into the "can be use on a guided munition" level which is usually reserved for military applications only. – Unassuming Guy Mar 14 '18 at 16:55
  • Yes I need GPS data to be recorded in each frame of video contained within the same video file containing video and audio tracks. – user61766 Mar 14 '18 at 18:49

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