May 1, 2022

With this release, we’re introducing frame by frame video navigation, automated tracking in the Video Editor, Azure integration, a new Query Search layout, and more. We're going to roll out these changes soon. Keep on reading, so you don’t miss a beat!

Frame by frame navigation in Video Editor

Now you can choose to navigate your video frame by frame or second by second. You can specify the navigation mode during project creation. Learn more.

Automated tracking in the Video Editor

We’re bringing you a new feature called Autotrack to speed up your annotation process in the Video Editor. Autotrack uses a tracking algorithm to help you automate part of the annotation process and save time. Learn more.

Integration with Azure

Create an Azure integration with SuperAnnotate to add items (images, videos, documents) from your Azure blob storage to your projects. SuperAnnotate will have read-only access to your data; your items are stored in your Azure blob storage and are only displayed in SuperAnnotate. Learn more.

Query Search's new layout

  • We moved Query Search from the Data tab to the brand new Explore tab.
  • You can see your dataset’s items in a list view or a grid view in Vector Projects. The grid view allows you to see your images and their annotations in greater detail. It also shows you the names of the assigned Annotators and QAs, the image name and status, and the approval status. Learn more.

Download items from the Explore tab

In Explore, you can download all the items or specific items from your dataset. After you download a dataset, you can send its generated link to someone. Anyone who has the link can access the data.

See how you can download items in Explore here.

Other features and improvements

  • We removed SQL search.
  • Python SDK changelog

What do you think of the updates? We’d love to hear your feedback.

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