Chrome Gpx Viewer
Gc-gpx-viewer is a web app to display your caches from a gpx file on google maps. It can be very useful for a roadbook. Take multiple screenshots, and use gimp/photoshop/whatever to create a big map. View gpx, kml, kmz, loc files, but get a lot more features. See why we are one of the best rated offline vector maps app. GPX Viewer PRO is the ultimate GPS locator, GPS tracks viewer, analyzer, recorder, tracker and simple navigation tool for your trips and outdoor activities.
Free Guitar Pro viewer
Upload any Guitar Pro file, and you’ll be able to view and listen to it here.
Terms of Service: This free service is provided as-is. You grant us the right to use your uploaded file(s) to improve our service. We won’t share your uploads with anybody.
What does this service do?
You’ll see a web page displaying the tab and notation from your Guitar Pro file. You’ll be able to listen to it, hide instruments, slow down, view an animated fretboard and more. It’s only visible to your computer, and only for 10 minutes.
Is there a way to view my file for more than 10 minutes?
Sure, just create a free Soundslice account and you can save files, edit them, share them and much more.
Is this affiliated with Guitar Pro?
No — this is an unofficial third-party website. We are not affiliated with Arobas Music, the makers of the excellent Guitar Pro software.
Why is this free?
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We’re hoping you’ll love us enough to create a free Soundslice account. That lets you save your tabs (“slices”), edit them, share them, embed them and sync recordings/videos.
Can I see an example?
Sure, you’ll find a ton of examples being posted every day by our community.
Which Guitar Pro versions does this support?
This supports any file from Guitar Pro version 3 until 7 (the current version). Relevant file extensions are:
Can I use this to edit files?
Not with this file viewer, because it’s read-only. But if you create a free Soundslice account, you can indeed edit the tab and notation easily, all via our slick notation and tab editor.
What if I find bugs or have a question?
Please contact us — we’d love to hear from you!
Sometimes someone will send you a .gpx file that contains a route or directions in which you’re interested. Rather than loading it onto your own GPS to see what it’s all about, you can open the file and view the map with a few simple steps.
*Note 1: This is not a way to use someone else’s .gpx file on your own device.
*Note 2: This may not work in all browsers.
Step 1: Get a .gpx file
This is usually sent to you via email or handed to you on a USB drive. Save the file to your local computer’s hard drive.
Step 2: Go to www.gpsvisualizer.com
Chrome Gpx Viewer Extension
Step 3: In the “Get started now!” box (it’s green as of this writing), Click the “Choose File” button and pick the file you saved to your local hard drive in Step 1. Make sure that the output format is set to “Google Maps” and click the “Go!” button.
GPS Visualizer will work for a few seconds, then display a web page with a “Google hybrid” view and the .gpx contents displayed visually. Personally, I like “Google map” view, so I switch it.
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Step 4: To save the file for later reference, or emailing to another person, you need to be on the “Google Maps output” screen. In the text description, click on the link that says “save your Google Map” and it will download an .html file to your computer. This is the file that you can open later, send via email, or whatever.
I’ve tried opening the file on Chrome (works), IE (works), Firefox (doesn’t work), and on Mobile Chrome (works).