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During motion tracking of several markers at once, it happens that some marker is lost at some frame for some reason. Then I spend a lot of time searching on which frame this marker got lost. Sometimes I do also reverse tracking and then it is very difficult to find exactly where the marker is not tracked. The main question. How can I find frames where the marker is not tracked? How can I jump to untracked frame with hotkey. On the right panel there is a toggle for 'Enabled' in the marker section. But via python there is no way to find this property. Are there any tips on how I can find untracked frames for each marker? Thank you in advance.

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On the bottom of the editor you can see the timeline where a yellow line shows where the current selected marker is tracked(active) with highlight on keyframes, where the marker was reset manually.

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If it is not enough, you can always add an additional Movie Clip editor in Dopesheet mode. It can show every marker with start and end points:

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  • $\begingroup$ Thank you. Now I can specify the question. How can I jump to untracked frame with hotkey. That's why I asked to find those frames via python. $\endgroup$
    – JABA
    Aug 21, 2021 at 23:18

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