That did not include anything to indicate it was from exiftool. My last post on this thread:
As you well know, Apple store video gps data under quicktime, see which shows 'com.apple.quicktime.location.ISO6709 > 'mdta’ > Defined in ISO 6709:2008. > Geographic point location by coordinates as defined in ISO 6709:2008.'
The metadata extractor is only parsing the following directories:
MP4 (class com.drew.metadata.mp4.Mp4Directory)
MP4 Sound (class com.drew.metadata.mp4.media.Mp4SoundDirectory)
MP4 Video (class com.drew.metadata.mp4.media.Mp4VideoDirectory)
File Type (class com.drew.metadata.file.FileTypeDirectory)
File (class com.drew.metadata.file.FileSystemDirectory)
If it still fails on your machine I will have to include debug code, unless you can establish the reason it fails on Windows 10.
An interesting observation:
I tried the modified version of your tool in jAlbum version 22 and 23.0.1 with an old iPhone-5 MOV video and with the new iPhone-XR MP4 video as discussed above. In both versions the tool failed as discussed above.