The logistics of this request are mostly easy… Given a frame representative of AF, draw a box around the area you want to use for AF, have SGPro yell at you if it hates what you’ve done for some reason. For single target sequences, this is great and will work without issue.
For multiple targets, I have been thinking about this for a while now and I am not 100% sure of the best way to do this… especially for targets that are not even visible at sequence start. How does SGPro get AF ROI information for that target? The only way I can think to do this is to essentially pause the sequence and send an alert via the notification system that SGPro is waiting for your AF ROI input. Of course we can save this info so SGPro won’t bug you over multiple nights, but the first part still bothers me. Introducing any step into an automation application that stops the sequence and waits for the user to do something (especially when the requested input is nowhere near sequence start) is of some concern.
Any other thoughts?