I am tracking a set of objects through a video and this time I need to extract the rotation component of a marker, in addition to its location.

However, bpy.data seems to only be holding the normalised locations of the marker in co.

Is there some other way to obtain the rotation component of a single marker? I can probably create a proxy of rotation by tracking the relative positions of two markers but retrieving the rotation of a single marker would be really convenient now.


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If you use the documentation of a more recent version of Blender, you can find a lot more options are available nowadays. There is no rotation, but you do get the coordinates of the search box.


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