Greg explained to me that Bungee uses the last modified data/time to activate the photos of an imported track. The use of Bungee pre-supposes that there will be no change in the downloaded photo since it was snapped. I find this very impractical as you quite often wish to modify/enhance a photo,after which it becomes un-readable in Bungee.
As there is no way to override this in order to insert the original date/time of the photo,it will not match the corresponding waypoint and Bungee just creates an error message.
I think Bungee should follow the ORIGINAL data/time of the photos rather than the last changed data/time in order to avoid a lot of time consuming date/time alteration which in some cases can destro the photo making it un-readable.
SPOT's Adventure module for example has two optional ways of importing the photos. One is automatic,where the original,existing data/times are used,the other a manual insertion of the photo icon using the mouse to drag it into the required position.
Another point I mentioned to him is a feature to display the direction,speed and waypoint number of each leg by the use of a mouse over movement,similar to that in OCPN.