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Conversion of gml file format to kml file format beta

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Convert Geography Markup Language data to Google Earth Keyhole Markup language data.

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Various GPS/waypoint files, including .gml (Geography Markup Language) and .kml (Google Earth Keyhole Markup Language) files, can be usually transformed or converted between one another using dedicated conversion solutions. One of such converters is available on MyGeodata Cloud website should be capable of gml to kml conversion.

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Convert from gml file

Yes, MyGeodata Cloud supports gml file conversion as a source file type.NoNoNoNoNoNoNo

to kml file

Yes, MyGeodata Cloud supports kml file conversion as a target file type.NoNoNoNoNoNoNo

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Additional links: Open gml file, Open kml file


Files with gml extension can be often encountered as waypoints or other gps data saved in the Geography Markup Language.


Files with kml extension can be usually found as navigation/map files saved in Google's KML (Keyhole Markup Language) file format.


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