An overview of your different options
There are two types of plans available for colorization:
- 1.Image Bulk Colorization and App Builders
- 2.Video Colorization
While the Image and Video Colorization APIs share similarities, they have a few key differences. The Video Colorization API is specifically designed for colorizing video frames, which results in a slightly different workflow compared to the Image Colorization API.
Both types of plans utilize a credit system for their services. Users purchase credits that can then be used to colorize images or video frames. The number of credits charged depends on the desired output size.
Overview feature comparison
Costs per image in dollar
You can combine say SD and 4K downloads, but if you download all in one format, here is how many you get for each plan.
- 1 Credit for 1 Watermarked SD image
- 1 Credit for one call to the prompt API
- 10 Credits per SD image
- 15 Credits per Full-HD image
- 20 Credits per 4K image
Costs per video minute in dollar
You can combine say SD and 4K video frames, but if you download all in one format, here is how many minutes of footage you get for each format.
- 1 Credits per SD video frame
- 2 Credits per Full-HD video frame
- 3 Credits per 4K video frame
- 3 Credits for one call to the prompt API
QPS stands for Queries Per Second, which is a metric used to measure the rate of requests or transactions being made to a server or system. It quantifies the number of queries or requests being processed per second by an API or application.
- 1.[POST] /colorize_image_with_auto_prompt
- 2.[POST] /colorize_image_with_auto_prompt_base64
- 3.[POST] /colorize_image_with_reference_image
- 4.[POST] /generate_image_prompt
Video Frame Endpoints:
- 1.[POST] /colorize_video_frame_with_prompt
- 2.[POST] /colorize_video_frame_with_reference_image
- 3.[POST] /generate_video_frame_prompt
The Image Colorization API includes four endpoints, while the Video Colorization API provides three. An additional endpoint is available in the Image API to facilitate easier integration with apps. The /colorize_image_with_auto_prompt_base64 endpoint returns the image in base64 format, making it simple to display the result on the client side. Additionally, a caption field is returned if you wish to utilize the prompt that generated the colorization.
In the Image API, an automatic prompt and image can be generated simultaneously. However, with the Video API, you must first generate the prompt, and then use the prompt and image to create the colorized result. The Video API is designed to reuse prompts and reference images, reducing server load.