Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to metrics from AWS Elastic Transcoder, which can convert Amazon S3 stored media files into other relevant formats.
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To verify metrics are reporting, search for the metrics in the Metric details section of the Project Settings page.
The following table shows the Elastic Transcoder metrics ingested by Cloud Observability.
|aws.elastictranscoder.billed_hd_output||seconds||Billable seconds of HD output for the pipeline.|
|aws.elastictranscoder.billed_sd_output||seconds||Billable seconds of SD output for the pipeline.|
|aws.elastictranscoder.billed_audio_output||seconds||Billable seconds of audio output for the pipeline.|
|aws.elastictranscoder.jobs_completed||count||Jobs completed by the pipeline.|
|aws.elastictranscoder.jobs_errored||count||The number of errors due to bad inputs.|
|aws.elastictranscoder.outputs_per_job||count||The number of outputs produced for a job.|
|aws.elastictranscoder.standby_time||seconds||The number of seconds before Elastic Transcoder began a job.|
|aws.elastictranscoder.errors||count||The number of errors due to bad operation parameters, like a request for a job status that omits the job ID.|
|aws.elastictranscoder.throttles||count||The number of times Elastic Transcoder voluntarily throttled an operation.|
Updated Dec 6, 2022