What is the best way to know the processMRZ didn't succeed? test filesize of the response? or is there a specific way (in fact, I guess there is)

asked 28 Apr '13, 20:15

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edited 29 Apr '13, 10:07

It is recommended to split questions to separate messages

(29 Apr '13, 10:02) Andrey Isaev ♦♦

Hi! Here comes my answer to 3.

It sounds pretty strange that recognition takes 20 seconds. Are your images taken by phone camera? Typically it takes very long on dirty images with lot of noise. On clean images it should work faster.

Nevertheless, you should not consider single image processing time to evaluate total time to process your batch. There are several processing instances running in parallel and service scales automatically when load grows. There is no problem processing thousands images per hour, provided you are able to upload images that fast. General rule is, the faster you upload images, the faster they get processed. The only thing you should take into account that service cannot scale immediately. Typically it takes 10-20 minutes to balance processing speed with upload speed.


answered 29 Apr '13, 10:13

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Answer to 2.

Every image gets billed, regardless recognition was successful or not. Service spends its processing time trying to recognize, even there is nothing meaningful on image to recognize.

Nevertheless, if there is some typical mistake on your images, like recognition fails in some specific case, you may want to share your images with support, so we can consider making improvements.


answered 29 Apr '13, 10:17

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