# How do I calculate the size of a video file?

How to Calculate the Size of a Video File Accurately (Plus: Bonus Glossary)

File size is equal to the product of the bitrate multiplied by the time multiplied by the compression ratio.

The bitrate is equal to the product of the frame size and the frames per second.

A glossary of terms is provided.

Frame: A frame is any still image that appears on your computer screen when you are playing or stopping a movie.

### It's also useful to know how large on average a video clip will be?

1 minute is allotted for resolution

1 hour and 30 minutes

Video in 8K resolution (7,680 x 4,320 pixels).

6 GB 553 GB (in GB)

4K (Ultra HD) resolution: 3,840 x 2160 pixels; 2 GB RAM: 88 GB

2K resolution (2048 x 1080) 430 MB 26 GB

1080p 1,920,080 403 MB 24 GB 1080p 1,920,080 403 MB 24 GB

One can also wonder how huge a movie clip that lasts for two hours is. 5.5 gigabytes of storage space

### People often inquire as to how to determine the size of an uncompressed video file?

To get the raw uncompressed size of a video frame, multiply the number of pixels in the video frame by three to obtain the number of bytes required to store each video frame. You should now get the size of an uncompressed video frame, which in our case is 0.9 Megabytes in size.

### What is the size of a three-minute video file?

To put it another way, if you have a Nikon D5100 DSLR and you want to shoot 1080p video, the camera will record at a bitrate of 24 Mbps. Take that number and multiply it by 8, and you get 3 MB/s. If you double it by 60 seconds, you obtain a total of 180 MB each minute.

### What is the size of a 30-minute video in gigabytes?

SD-quality video consumes around 0.7GB (700MB) of data per hour. The resolution of HD video is between 720p and 2K. (remember, the app adjusts the stream). HD-quality video consumes around 0.9GB (720p), 1.5GB (1080p), and 3GB (2K) of storage space each hour.

### What is considered a large file size in this context?

Computer files are often measured in kilobytes (KB) or megabytes (MB). Megabytes are often used to describe today's storage and memory (MB). Approximately 1MB of information is included inside a medium-sized book. Instead of one million bytes, one megabyte is 1,024 kilobytes, or 1,048,576 (1024x1024) bytes.

### What is the size of a video file that lasts one hour?

According on the length of the recording and the kind of material it includes, the size of MP4 files might vary significantly. As a broad rule of thumb, a 1-hour recording will most likely be in the neighbourhood of 100 MB in size.

### What is the size of a 100MB file?

Table of estimated file sizes in bytes, expressed as units of measurement 5,000,000 5 MB (Megabytes) 10,000,000 ten megabytes 25,000,000 25 megabytes 100,000,000 one hundred megabytes

### Which video format has the smallest file size?

264 codec is a video compression format (you may not have, but hang in there). This codec generates an MP4, which normally provides the highest quality while maintaining the shortest file size. As a result, MP4 is very popular for web-based distribution, such as on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, among other platforms.

### What is the size of a 10-minute video file?

GUIDELINES FOR FILESIZE: A 10-minute movie will be around 160 gigabytes in size if you use these parameters.

### Is 10 MB considered a huge file?

It is reasonable to expect attachments of up to 10 MB in size when adding files to an email, in most cases. These days, only a few email servers have lower limit sizes than this (though some old office set ups may have lower limits). Occasionally, the file size will be shown in KB (kilobytes) rather than MB (megabytes) (megabytes).

### What is the size of a 30-minute audio file?

Calculating the size of an MP3 file Bitrate The size of a file in a second The size of a file in a minute It takes 1.44 MB to transfer 192 Kbps, which takes 1.68 MB to transfer 224 Kbps, which takes 1.68 MB to transfer 256 Kbps, which takes 1.92 MB to transfer 320 Kbps, which takes 2.40 MB to transfer

### What is the duration of an 80 MB video?

**Time for Video Recording** Recording speed: 24 Mbps 8 Mbps 16GB 80 minutes 240 minutes 32GB 160 minutes 480 minutes 64GB 320 minutes 960 minutes 16GB 80 minutes 240 minutes

### What is the size of a ten-minute video in megabytes?

So if you consume around 2.2 GB for 60 minutes, you will have used approximately 2.2 GB. Although video file sizes vary widely, the average for 720p is approximately 4 MB each minute. That would imply that watching the ten-minute 720p movie would use around 40 MB of your data allocation on average.

### How many megabytes (MB) does 20 minutes of video take up?

A  generalisation A 20-minute MP4 movie with 720p quality requires 150MB of data, and the amount of data required rises if you pick a video with 1080P resolution. You may also reduce the size of the movie without sacrificing quality (Data Compression), as well as use a variety of additional video extensions.

### What is the size of a one-hour 1080p video?

Now for your answer: one hour of 1080p video at suggested YouTube quality is 3.68 Gigabytes in size, which is 3.68 Gigabytes in size. My full HD movies (1920x1080 resolution, H. 264 codec, Audio Codec AAC, MP4 format) are typically approximately 20–30 MB per minute in size, depending on the codec used.

### What is the file size of a 5-minute movie in megabytes?

The data on YouTube's data use is shown in graph form. Resolution for Video Quality (pixels) Per minute, data is consumed 144p 256x144 pixels 0.5-1.5 megabytes 240p 426x240 pixels 3-4.5 MB 360p 640x360 resolution 5-7.5 MB 480p 854x480 resolution 8-11 MB (Megabytes)

### What is the equivalent of one gigabyte of video?

There are a variety of things that might effect this, but with the video camera I use, while recording at 720p, you should expect to obtain around 20 minutes of HD film per GB of storage. So, with a 32GB card, you'd receive around 10 hours 40 minutes of playback time.