How many 5 minutes song does 500gb hold?
30 people found this useful
300 minutes are in 5 hours . 300 minutes 1 hour = 60 minutes â 5 hours = 5 x 60 minutes = 300 minutes . 300 minutes 5 hours x 60 minutes per hour = 300 minutes
My 2GB iPod Nano holds 280-300 songs of average length of 4 minutes. . A couple more than the 2GB blue ipod but about 20 songs less than the regular 2GB ipod. A 2gb iPod can hold about 500 songs because I have a 80gb iPod and it holds 20,000 so, I did the math and it comes out to 500 songs.
1Gb is the same as 1024mb so 4Gb will be 4096mb. The number of songs that can be held really depends on how big (in megabytes) the song is. Some songs are only around 3mb while some larger songs are 6mb. I actually have songs that are 8mb but that's quite rare. So assuming the average song is around… 6mb, a 4Gb mp3 or memory card can hold around 683 songs. But your songs are probably less than 6Gb so think of it as a minimum number of songs it can hold. Enjoy your songs. :) (MORE)
On average a song is between 3-4MB so the other numbers are a bit off. Below are the correct numbers. a 16GB can usually hold just under 4000 songs. 1 GB= 250 songs 2 GB= 500 songs 4 GB= 1000 songs 8 GB = 2000 songs 16 GB = 4000 songs 32 GB = 8000 64 GB= 16000 Depending on the quali…ty of each song, it can be 6-7MB. Currently, I have 17.5GB of music which is only ~2700 songs. (MORE)
A 1 GB holds about 250 songs. A 2 GB Holds about 500 It doesn't hold 3000 songs, not even close. Not even a 8 GB regular Ipod holds that many.
200 - 250 per gigabyte. One minute of song is approximately 1,000 kilobytes.\n. \n. \n. \ni dont know ? :|
4 GB can hold about 1000 songs. This depends on your player though. Also it depends on the size of the songs. If the songs are 4mb then it's about 1000 songs.
The amount of songs that a 32GB drive can hold depends on the sizeof the average file. However, if the songs are of average size,32GB can hold about 3,500 songs.
There are 60 seconds in one minute. Therefore, 5 minutes is equal to 5 x 60 = 300 seconds.. \n
For 120Gb you could hold about 30,000 songs,-500 hrs of music for an average of about 3mb per song.. 15,000 pictures, or up to 10 hours of videos, t.v. shows, movies, ect.
5 X 60 equals 300 There are 60 seconds in a minute. 60 seconds multiplied by 5 Minutes equals 300 seconds
Depends on the size of the songs. Older songs tend to be shorter, newer songs are a little longer. Ballpark would be about 1000 songs.
1 TERABYTE = 1024 GIGABYTES 1 GIGABYTE = 250+ SONGS 1024 GIGABYTE= 250,000+ SONGS Depends on the bit-rate of the song, trust me, only a few peoplecan dedicate a TB to only music. It would last about 1 year non stop.
well, a 2g ipod holds about 500 songs. and a 4g ipod holds about 1,000 songs.
The standard CD will hold 76 minutes of music. It is always written on the CD case/wrapper or on the CD.
2,ooo songs but more gigabytes means lasts longer but higher price if you like music a lot I pefer you should get 32g
Most mp3 players say they hold about 250 songs per gigabyte (GB). At that usage, 12,500 mp3-encoded songs can be stored within 50GB. There is a higher-compression standard called wma, where music takes half the space. So 50GB would hold about 25,000 wma-encoded songs. And you can store a combination… of types.. The above is a generalization; in reality the song capacity depends on the compression settings. The 250 songs/GB number assumes compression of 128Kbps. Other rates could result in larger or smaller files, meaning less or more songs stored. And of course the song lengths are a factor. (MORE)
how many songs can 2gb hold if each song is 5 minutes long or more
It really depends on the song lengths so it could be any where from 1 million to ?
I have a 1GB ipod and it only holds about 105 songs give or take two or three songs depending on the length of the song.
\n1 song is about 5 mb\n1 gigabyte is 1000 megabytes\n. \n16000/5 = 3200 \n. \nSo a 16 gb mp3-player can hold about 3200 songs.
1 minute = 60 seconds. Therefore 5 minutes = 5 x 60 seconds = 300 seconds.
Depends on the person and the person's lungs. everyone is different for how long they can hold their breath.
A 500GB hard drive can hold 500GB of data (although in reality slightly less is available for use as the formatting of the disc uses some space). This equates to around 800 albums (in mp3 format), or 150 movies, or 10,000 photographs or any combination of such files.
Well up to 500,000:) If it's a Barbie Girl Mp3 then about 240 songs,but of an ipad ipod or iphone any thing Apple made then about the above 500,000!!! Thanks for veiwing.
well it's dependent on the song sizes which differ song to song, but you could get about 15000 songs on it
this question makes no sense. its like asking how fast my red car can go?. If you do not know the correct/detailed information to evaluate you will not be able to have an answer.. example:. 5GB= 500,000 of PDF page files which will keep you reading for a trillion of million minutes.. 5GB= 1,600 …aprox songs at 128 kb/s 4 minutes each or 650 songs at 320 kb/s 4 minutes each, or ONE SINGLE SONG LIKE A UNPLUGGED CONCERT for 45 minutes if its HD-AUDIO.. 5GB= 12 minutes aprox in blueray video or 60 minutes in Standard DVD MPG2 6mg/s bitrate.. and so on the list is unlimited without proper specs. (MORE)
This can't be a precise answer because 12 MP photographs in JPG format vary in size quite a bit depending on how complex the photo is. A typical size is around 4 MB. (RAW files are much larger, closer to 20 MB). Your 500 GB drive will usually have about 450 GB of usable space. That gives you abo…ut 100,000 photos in JPG format. That number drops quite a bit if you have Photoshop files of each picture or have RAW files. (MORE)
MS Word 2007 can hold 32MB of text + Pictures, I just fount the absolute file size is at 529,086 KB, anything else in the document and MS Word gives a message that the file is too big to Dave and portions of it will need to be deleted in order to save. What I had to do was to write 2 sepatare docume…nts in order to complete the document. (MORE)
1 gb = 1024 megabytes so if you want to get the answer to how much megabytes are in 500 gigabytes, you would just have to do simple multiplication 500gb x 1024mb = 512,000 megabytes 512,000 megabytes is equal to 500 gigabytes
1 gigabyte usually holds around 1000 minutes of music. 1000 divided by 3 minutes per song is about 330 songs (allowing space for formatting, etc.).
HDDs of exactly 500 GB have: 976,562,500 sector That answer above is not entirely true; but for the sake of keeping it simple without delving into the whole built in recovery sectors- ssd-cache- options its best to just go with it. See this link for more detailed picture http://thestarman….pcministry.com/asm/mbr/DriveOffsets.htm Also industry standard allows a (1-1.3%) a certain amount of bad sectors per drive to be acceptable (MORE)
Sorry to burst your bubble but there is no 15gb there is only 8gb 32gb and 64gb. The 16gb has been discontinued! You should look it up on the internet if you dont believe me.
It holds roughly 600 songs depending on how long the song is it can go down to 585
Technically, there is no specific number. However, most of the high-end LPs contain 22min per side. So at 44 min altogether, it really depends on how long your songs are. Averaging two min thirty sec a song, seventeen and change.
Between 20 and 100 depending on the length and file type. Most likely around 50.
Since 4GB can hold about 1000 songs at least according to Apple , then by using this you can know that 1500GB would hold about 375000 songs but remember that mostly the exact number is always less than the approximated one.
, I dont know if your talking about the ipod nano or touch? but i think the 62 GB i-pod touches hold up to or around 12 000 songs... =D srry if that wast what you wanted or was asking but yeah! 12 000!!!
More pictures than you could imagine. 500gb is 500,000 mb. A picture is about 1 mb. I would say average is .5-2mb. Depends on quality. Songs are about 4mb each. like 1mb per minute. A movie can be anywhere from .5-1gb easily.
Minutes to Midnight is an album by the American Rock Band Linkin Park. The album has 12 songs in it including: 1. Wake 2. Given Up 3. Leave Out All The Rest 4. Bleed It Out 5. Shadow Of The Day 6. What I've Done 7. Hands Held High 8. No More Sorrow 9. Valentines Day 10. In Between 11. In Pieces 12. …The Little Things Give You Away (MORE)
this question has a few answers. It depends on the type of disk. How many minutes it says it holds. And the songs you put on. Look at the front of your disk and see how long it says
just to give you an idea i have almost 500 songs and all of them take 3.7gbs of space... you can easily put well over 5000 thousands song in your ipod
Short answer: about 250,000 songs if each song is 4MB in size. Long answer: Two factors are important when figuring how many songs fit in a certain amount of space: the average size of each song, and how large a terabyte is. In my music collection, I have 21,642 music files requiring about 120…MB. This works out to an average of 5.5MB per song. So the average size of each song in my collection is 5.5MB. A terabyte works out to either 1,000,000MB (according to hard drive manufacturers) or 1,048,576MB (according to everyone else). Divide the appropriate number by the average size, and you have your result. Respectively, it'll either be 180,000 songs or 190,000 songs for my own collection. Your mileage will vary. (MORE)
It depends how much Storage the iPad has, The iPad comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB Versions.
iPod come in different sizes from 2GB to 160GB. Apple song estimates are 250 songs per 1GB. So roughly 500 to 40 000 songs. But Apple takes part of the memory for the OS, games, settings etc.
There is 50400 minutes in five weeks. Working out: In one hour there is 60 minutes. In one day there is 1440 mins if you times 60 by 24. In one week there is 10080 mins if you times 1440 by 7. In five weeks there is 50400 mins if you times 10080 by 5. I hope this helped you out. :)
Well first that must be a lot of many and Think of it this way, It will hold up to 1000 hours worth of video or about 200,000 songs or a combination of the two. i hope this helped
Most songs take up about 5-8 MB (megabytes). Perhaps what you are thinking of is a gigabyte (1000 MB), which can store about 125-200 songs, depending on song length and audio quality.
It depends on how long you've been playing it. Here's two methods: You can play it well with the sheet music If you can play it well with the sheet music, try playing it by taking away a page at a time. It's sure worked for me! You can't play it quite well with the sheet music Try to see i…f there's a repeating pattern. Memorize the pattern and viola! The piece is memorized. (MORE)
The internet does not hog nothing of your Gb's Only your internet data. This can change if you temp download a file as long as you go to the Inprivate browsing you are secure or Slash Fine :)