A problem I’ve had for the past year and dont seem to be able to find a solution. It seems the Theta App is providing coordinates in a very difficult format - which when read by common apps like Streetview - they are not able to translate to decimal degrees with sufficient decimal places to locate that photo within a few metres.
decimal degrees are the most common gps location format (I am a gis specialist) in the format Lat.LLLLLLL Long.LLLLLLL or also written as DD.DDDDDDD etc.
This means interval capture is not going to give any useful result when the camera and phone are moving - the result is that all photos taken the Theta App (instead of the streetview app) are going to exhibit a grid pattern when shown in a georeferenced format.
It means i cant use the theta app to embed a gps tag on ANY photo - as the tag will be very coarse and not be placed accurately on any gis map.
What needs to be done is for the Theta App to use decimal degrees for its latitude and longitude embedding - to at least 7 decimal places.
I know its a minor issue - but for those of use relying on the gps transfer - its a real big issue.
Google streetview captured images with the linked Theta V are not a problem, only those which are captured using the Theta App natively.
I have tried running various gps apps at the same time and they behave as expected, providing a detailed trail where I expect it to be with a high level of resolution.