Created by developer Brian Folts, this nifty program "will take in either a starting point and end point, or a provided file of a route and provide a playthrough of the Google Streetview images that are available."
Once the start and end are entered, the speed of the animation can be sped up or slowed down within the player. You can also change the animation's frames per second, show walking, biking, and transit routes, and even upload coordinates from your own file.
• Google Maps Streetview Player
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