To upload videos from your computer:
- In Data, click Upload.
- Select Video.
- Drag and drop or choose video files from your computer.
- Type a frame rate.
- Click Done.
Frame rate (fps) is the number of frames that appear per second. Under Frame rate (fps), type a number to break your videos into several frames or images. The higher the frame rate, the more images will appear per second, and vice versa. The default frame rate is 1.
The CLI upload function is ideal to download a large batch of videos. Learn more.
You can import videos to Video Projects by linking them from external storages. The linked videos are displayed in SuperAnnotate, but they aren't stored in our local servers. Learn more.
A project can’t contain more than 500,000 items (images, frames, videos, and documents).
SuperAnnotate supports the following video file formats: MP4, AVI, MOV, FLV, MPEG, and WEBM.
- The maximum video file size for videos that are uploaded from the computer or via CLI is 5 GB. There are no resolution limitations.
- There are no file size limitations for videos that are attached with URLs.
To assign a video:
- Select a video or multiple videos.
- Click Assign.
- Choose a user or multiple users from the drop-down list or type their name(s) in the search bar.
- Click Apply.
You can assign videos only to Annotators and QAs.
When you change the role of an Annotator or a QA, all the videos assigned to them will be unassigned.
To unassign a video:
- Select a video.
- Click Assign.
- Click the X button next to the name of the user you want to unassign or select Remove all assignments to unassign all the users.
- Click Apply.
To request videos in Video Projects, click Request tasks in Data.
Only Annotators and QAs can request videos. They'll be automatically assigned up to the number of videos that is set under Request item number in Settings. The minimum number is 1 and the maximum number is 50.
- Annotators receive videos with the following statuses: Not started, In progress, and Returned.
- QAs receive videos with the Quality check status.
Annotators and QAs receive requested videos in one of the following orders:
Video receiving order
If there's a folder
Annotators and QAs will first receive videos from the folder, then they'll receive the videos from the project’s root (if available) in ascending alphabetical order.
If there are multiple folders
Annotators and QAs will first receive videos from the folders, then they'll receive the videos from the project’s root (if available) in ascending alphabetical order.
If there's no folder
Annotators and QAs will receive videos from the project’s root in ascending alphabetical order.
If the Annotator or QA has folders assigned to them
The Annotator or QA will first receive the videos from the assigned folders, then they'll receive videos from the other folders and the project’s root.
If the number of videos available in the first folder is smaller than the number under Request item number in Settings
Annotators and QAs will receive the remaining videos from the next folder.
Suppose a project has a request video number of 50 and contains the following items:
When the Annotator or QA request videos, they'll receive 40 videos from Folder A and then 10 videos from Folder B.
- Annotators and QAs have to finish working on the assigned videos to be able to request more videos.
- An Annotator can't receive videos from folders assigned to other Annotators.
- A QA can't receive videos from folders assigned to other QAs.
Not started means that the Project Admin or Annotator hasn't started working on the video.
In progress means that the Project Admin or Annotator is working on the video.
Quality check means that the Project Admin or Annotator is reviewing the video.
Returned means that the video is returned to the Annotator for further review.
Completed means that the Project Admin, Annotator, or QA (with the permission to complete) completed the video.
Skipped means that the video is completed, but it doesn't contain annotations.
In Data, click the drop down arrow button to sort the videos by:
- Video name
- Status: Not started, In progress, Returned, Quality Check, Completed, and Skipped.
To find a video, go to Data and type the the name of the video in the search bar.
In Data, click the filter icon and filter the videos based on the:
- Approved/Disapproved status:
- Approved: Approved videos.
- Disapproved: Disapproved videos.
- No approval: Videos that are neither approved nor disapproved.
- Annotation status: Any, Not started, In progress, Quality check, Returned, Completed, and Skipped.
Click Apply to apply the filter.
To remove the filter, click Reset > Apply.
To delete a video or multiple videos:
- In Data, select a video or multiple videos.
- Click the delete button.
Only Team Owners, Team Admins, Project Admins (with permission), and Customers can delete videos.
Updated 22 days ago