Hold on, wasn't the last update called the August update? We decided to roll naming forward by 1 month since we release these updates between months, and it's better to name it after the month to look forward to!
Welcome to the October 2020 update.
A Fast Ellipse Tool
We developed an ellipse tool that doesn't drive users crazy. Set 1 diameter first, then move a second anchor while rotating the oval if needed. It's quite intuitive, and we hope you will like it too.
A few tips when trying it:
- Click and hold a point on the edge to reshape and rotate the ellipse.
- Hold SHIFT to increase its scale along the diameter you are pulling
- Hold ALT to move two radii along the centroid.
- Hold CTRL to reset its shape to a perfect circle.
More Features and Improvements
You can now select Native as a frame-rate option for video.
A checkbox in Dataset Settings now allows the same Worker to complete more than 1 stage on an image (eg Annotate, Review)
You can now copy classes across datasets!
You can upload tag labels to video using the new importer csv_tags_video
You can download images via CLI maintaining the folder structure using the --folders flag
Statistics view is now available for Workers.
The COCO export now works with bounding boxes
Disconnections now warn the user
The Tag Applier in workview now re-sizes more intelligently based on how many tags are present on the image and within the dataset.
Countermeasures for brute-force login access have been improved.
V7 Darwin is now monitors threats via AWS GuardDuty (in addition to our existing security stack)
You can now delete export versions from the interface.
Video exports have been sped up 10x
Listing datasets has been sped up
Stages are now correctly assigned to the editor when removing a tag.
Generating an export that won’t support the selected file types now presents a proper error message.
Fixed an issue with tiling ultra-large images that affected SVS files.
Videos are now correctly sortable by file-size
Fixed an issue where video exports were including unnecessary metadata and caused interpolation issues.