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Programmable Video Limits

Overview

The Programmable Video service operates within certain limits that ensure a smooth and consistent operation. Some of these limits are account based and can be increased on request, whereas others are system wide and independent of the account.

Room and Participant System Limits

The following table illustrates the standard limits of the different Twilio Rooms:

Go Room P2P Room Small Group Room (Regular) Group Room
Max Participants 2 31 4 50
Max Participant Duration 4 hours 4 hours 4 hours 4 hours
Max Room Duration 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours 24 hours
TURN usage Limited2 Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited

1Can support up to 10 audio-only participants, but max 3 participants recommended when video is published
2Participant minutes are FREE and 25 GB of TURN server usage per month is included

The following limits are independent of the Room type:

Value
Max Room Name 128 characters
Max Participant Identity 128 characters
Max Track Name 128 characters

Room and Participant Account based limits

WebRTC Go rooms are limited to 100 concurrent rooms or participants per account.

The following table describes the default values for account based limits for all other room types:

Default Value1 Notes
Max Concurrent Rooms 2000 Maximum Rooms that can be in-flight at the same time
Max Concurrent Participants 2000 Maximum Participants that can be connected to your Rooms at the same time
Max REST API Read Requests per second 80 Maximum Read requests, e.g get Room, get list of Participants, etc.
Max REST API Write Requests per second 20 Maximum Write requests, e.g create Room, update Participant, etc.

1Contact sales for more information or to request an override.

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