A video player that works
We built our video player from the ground up to be buttery smooth. No clunky bufferings, no laggy frames.
Don't label every frame!
Videos can be very time consuming to annotate. We can make it a little quicker with our automatic video annotation feature.
Simply mark your object in a few keyframes in your video, and we will fill out the rest.
Everything you love. In one place.
Enjoy all the features available for image annotation with video annotation.
Different labeling tools, issues, labeling workflows and much more.
Get more done in less time
Divide work in batches
Automatically divide your tasks into batches so the work can be divided evenly within your team.
Assign labelers and reviewers to each batch to ensure high quality annotation.
Move your batches into Annotation, Validation or Completed modes to keep track of exactly how much work remains to be done
Create tasks to start labeling. Then group related tasks into projects, and assign projects to your users
Assign different roles to your users to easily keep permissions in check.
Free-flowing communication is key to ensuring high quality annotations. Pin-point mistakes within your data with issues.
Chat with team-members
Talk with your team-members right within an issue to get to the source of the problem.
Use number of resolved and unresolved issues as a measure of the quality of annotations of a task.
Time your annotation tasks
Know exactly how much time each member of your team spent annotating data.
Annotation mode breakdown
See how much time your team spent in each of the 3 annotation modes. This information is available at batch as well as task level.
Share with all stakeholders
Export the information as CSV and share it with your team or end customers.
Export your data as a release and name it so you can identify it later. Keep the last 5 releases so you can download them anytime.
Choose what to export
Choose the batches you want to export, so you dont have to download everything everytime something is updated
Export your LiDAR annotations in KITTI format. More formats are coming very soon!