The number of photos and videos you can save to Google Photos Live Albums is duplicated! Instead of the former 10,000 objects, now there is a limit of 20,000, which is equal to the capacity of the sheriffs. This change has been publicly posted on the Google Support page.
At first glance, it seems that 10,000 photos and videos are hard to reach, but this proved to be wrong in practice. Google Photos allows users to unlimited automatic uploading and unlimited space, and Live Albums uses Google’s technology to identify objects for automatically identifying people, pets and other objects in photos to “pack” them into albums. Since this is done automatically, the albums are quickly updated and easy to reach the given limit.
Even 20,000 is not an achievable value, but it will at least significantly lengthen the time between editing photos to free space. And as an additional option, you can always make another album, which will have the same parameters as the one you already filled in.
Source: The Verge