Change the reserved unit type
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A Media Services account is associated with a Reserved Unit Type, which determines the speed with which your media processing tasks are processed. You can pick between the following reserved unit types: S1, S2, or S3. For example, the same encoding job runs faster when you use the S2 reserved unit type compare to the S1 type.
In addition to specifying the reserved unit type, you can specify to provision your account with Reserved Units (RUs). The number of provisioned RUs determines the number of media tasks that can be processed concurrently in a given account.
RUs work for parallelizing all media processing, including indexing jobs using Azure Media Indexer. However, unlike encoding, indexing jobs do not get processed faster with faster reserved units.
Make sure to review the overview topic to get more information about scaling media processing topic.
Scale media processing
To change the reserved unit type and the number of reserved units, do the following:
- In the Azure portal, select your Azure Media Services account.
In the Settings window, select Media reserved units.
To change the number of reserved units for the selected reserved unit type, use the Media Served Units slider at the top of the screen.
To change the RESERVED UNIT TYPE, click on the Speed of reserved processing units bar. Then, select the pricing tier you need: S1, S2, or S3.
Press the SAVE button to save your changes.
The new reserved units are allocated when you press SAVE.
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