Re: [podcasters] Video Converter Idea Request
- At 7:18 AM -0800 12/4/08, Michael Johnson wrote:
>10 minutes of uncompressed video shouldn't be 1.1 TB it might beYou're right, of course. I'm used to having to calculate video
>150 mb but definitely not 1.1 TB
storage by the hour. 1.1 TB would be for 10 hours.
X 60 seconds
X 10 minutes
/ 8 bits-per-byte
/ 1,024^3 bytes-per-gigabyte
= 151 gigabytes
It's likely that the file the original poster started out with was
already compressed 25Mbps DV file, which would have been more like
1.75 megabytes. While that's not uncompressed, it's probably good
enough to start with, rather than whatever compression their WMV file
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--- On Fri, 12/5/08, matt1027 <box1027@...> wrote:
From: matt1027 <box1027@...>
Subject: [podcasters] Re:Video Converter Idea Request
Date: Friday, December 5, 2008, 1:22 AM
Check out Media Coder. It's free and has worked pretty good for me.
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