This document contains current content limits and request quotas for the Cloud Video Intelligence API. This page will be updated to reflect any changes to these restrictions and usage limits.
The Video Intelligence API enforces the following limits:
|Videos per request||1|
The current API usage quotas for the Cloud Video Intelligence API are as follows (and are subject to change):
|Requests per minute||60|
|Backend time in seconds per minute||180|
Backend time refers to the amount of parallel processing time used to annotate video content. If you regularly send several concurrent video annotation requests, you can adjust this quota to increase the number of videos that are processed in parallel. The default of 180 seconds of backend time per minute means that approximately three videos (180 / 60 = 3) can be processed in parallel. If you regularly send five concurrent video annotation requests, you can increase the Backend time in seconds per minute quota to 300 so that approximately five videos are processed in parallel.
You might receive a 'resource exhausted' error if you:
Send more than the allowed requests per second. You should limit your rate of requests.
Build up too long of a queue. Wait for your current queue to process at the rate of 3 minutes of video per minute of processing by the Cloud Video Intelligence API before submitting more requests.
These quotas apply to each Video Intelligence API developer project and each user, and are shared across all applications and IP addresses using a given developer project.
You can edit your quotas up to their maximum values by selecting Edit Quotas from the Quotas page of the Google Cloud Platform Console page. To request an increase above the maximum quota, edit your quota with your requested increase and justification and submit your update. You will be notified when your request has been received. You might be contacted for more information regarding your request. After your request has been reviewed, you will be notified whether it has been approved or denied.