|Project Description: ||The Airborne Multi-Spectral Imaging System is a digital imaging solution for airborne surveying and mapping. The objectives of this research are to use a digital video (DV) camera to capture audio video interleaved (AVI) movie files recorded by the AMIS system. These files are combined with a logged Global Positioning Systems (GPS) coordinates coupled to the camera exposure station. Utilizing photogrammetry it is possible to orientate a DV image spatially with the GPS exposures station information. The research discussed in this paper involves the design and implementation of a software product. The software allows a user to extract images from the AVI by searching through the GPS file positions. The software produces a World File that the ESRI ArcGIS software uses to automatically georeference the extracted images. This solution will be an aid in the process of airborne surveying and mapping by creating a digital system to capture and spatially orient images with reduced human interaction.