Autotrack uses a tracking algorithm to help you automate part of the annotation process for faster annotation.
How does it work?
When you click on Autotrack, it annotates the selected box for X length of the item. X is the custom jump length. So, if the custom jump length is 2 frames per second, when you click Autotrack, it’ll annotate 2 frames forward.
To apply Autotrack:
- In the Video Editor, outline the object you want to track with a Bounding Box.
- Select the Bounding Box.
- In the bottom panel, click Autotrack or press T on the keyboard.
Your Bounding Box will be annotated automatically for X frame(s), depending on what you set in Settings.
Set Autotrack frame number
To choose how many frames Autotrack should predict:
- In the Video Editor, select the filter icon in the top panel.
- In Autotrack, enter the number of frames you want Autotrack to predict. This ranges from [1-20] with a default value of 10.
If there is no object or instance in the requested frames, you’ll see this message:
We couldn’t find the object in the requested frames.
Updated about 4 hours ago