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# How many emails in 1 GB?

# How many songs can be stored on a 1 gigabyte?

Of course it depends on the size of your songs. 1 Gigabyte is 1000 Megabytes We can say that nowadays, music is stored on mp3 format and one song is between 3 and 10… Megabytes (depending on the quality and length) So you can store between 100 and 300 songs on 1 Gigabyte

# How many minutes of video on 1 gigabyte?

It depends on the quality considerably but generally between two-and-a-half, to three hours.

# How many words in 1 gigabyte?

In computer terms, 1 word is 4 bytes. 1,073,741,824/4= 268,435,456. In more familiar terms, in average English text, there are about 4.5 letters per word. Add the space after …the word, and it will be about 5. So the answer is about 200 million words per gigabyte. That is based on a file with simple, plain text. Most word processor files add a lot of extra stuff for formatting, fonts, margins, and so on, so it is hard to give a more accurate answer.

# How many kilobytes in 1 gigabytes?

1 gigabyte = 1048576 kilo bytes

# How many megabytes are in 1 gigabyte-?

1000 Megabytes are in 1 gigabyte. As are 1000 bytes in a kilobyte and 1000 kilobytes in 1 megabyte. 1000 Gigabytes in 1 terabyte and 1000 terabytes in 1 petabyte.

# How many songs will 1 gigabytes hold?

It depends on the length of the songs and the format they are stored in. 1 GB may hold roughly 800 3 minute mp3s, but like I said, it depends.

# How many songs can you store in 1 gigabyte?

A gigabyte is 1 billion bytes, 1000 megabytes, and an mp3 song will range in size from 1 Mb to 7 or 8 Mb depending on the bit-rate (determines music quality). So from 100 to 2…00 songs would be average. The 4 Gb "Ipod Shuffle" estimates numbers in the "thousands" assuming a moderate bit-rate.

# How many gigabytes is 1 hour of video?

This vastly depends on the compression rate of the video , uncompressed video is very large and depends only on the resolution (i.e. HD 1920x1080 or old TV (SD) 720x576) anywa…y a minute of uncompressed HD quality video is about 7GB a minute of uncompressed SD is around 1GB. So compression is used to make this smaller. For an hour of HD with good compression you are looking at around 1.5GB

# How many zeros are in 1 gigabyte?

9 zeros are in 1 gigabyte...1,000,000,000...10 hundred million.

# How many minutes are in 1 gigabyte?

A gigabyte is a unit of information (storage), whereas minutes are time, so they aren't comparable directly. One gigabyte means either one billion bytes, or 2^30 =1073741824 b…ytes (often called a gibibyte, the "bi" meaning binary, so a giga-binary-byte). Each byte is made up of 8 bits where a bit can be one of two values, such as 1 or 0, or true or false, or yes or no. If you mean "how many minutes of music" or "how many minutes of video" can fit in one gigabyte, that depends. A simple rule of thumb is that using modern compression, 1 megabyte (1/1000th of a gigabyte) can store about one minute of music, or about 7 seconds of standard-definition video, or around 2.5 seconds of high-definition video (both video types including their corresponding audio tracks) . So, 1 gigabyte can store about 1,000 minutes (16 hours, 40 minutes) of music, or about 1.94 hours (1 hour, 53 minutes) of standard-def video, or about 33 minutes of hi-def video.

# How many hours can 1 gigabyte hold?

There really is no reliable answer to this question. There a far too many variables to take into account in order to provide an answer. The issues that need to be taken i…nto account are: # Whether you are storing video, audio or both # The format you are using # The compression ratio # Frame rate or sample rate # Video resolution or audio bit rate # Various other variables, such as the implementation of the compression format Given these variables, it is enormously difficult to provide even averages. We can, however use a commonly known baseline; that being Youtube's file formats. Audio; MPEG layer 3 (MP3): Standard Quality * Mono, 22.050 kHz * ~67 kbps/sec High Quality * Stereo, 44.100 kHz * 128 kbps/sec Very High Quality * Stereo, 44.100 kHz * 128 kbps/sec Video; Sorenson Spark (H.263): Standard Quality * 320 x 240, 15-30 fps * ~250 kbps/sec High Quality * 320 x 240, 29.97 fps * 677.7 kbps/sec Very High Quality * 640 x 480, 29.97 fps * 2019.2 kbps/sec Totals; .flv (flash video): Standard Quality * ~320 kbits/sec High Quality * 804.7 kbits/sec Very High Quality * 2147.2 kbits/sec So, based on the totals for the flash video, we can estimate for each level of quality the number of hours per gigabyte. Hours per Gigabyte: Standard Quality * 1 gigabyte / 320 kilobits per second = ~26 214.4 seconds * 26, 214.4 seconds / 60 seconds per minute = ~436.9 minutes * 436.9 minutes / 60 minutes per hour = ~7.2 hours High Quality * 1 gigabyte / 804.7 kbits per second = ~10 424.5 seconds * 10, 424.5 seconds / 60 seconds per minute = ~173.7 minutes * 173.7 minutes / 60 minutes per hour = ~2.8 hours Very High Quality * 1 gigabyte / 2147.2 kbits per second = ~3 906.7 seconds * 3906.7 seconds / 60 seconds per minute = ~65.1 minutes * 65.1 minutes / 60 minutes per hour = ~1.08 hours

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# How many gigabytes are there in 1 setabyte?

There are no gigabytes in 1 setabyte. A setabyte is a Java method for programing. setAbyte void setAbyte(byte abyte)

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# How many gigabytes in 1 video?

Answer That depends on the length of the video in minutes and the format that it is being recorded in.

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# How many gigabytes equal 1 bit?

One gigabyte is roughy one billion bytes. One byte has eight bits, so a gigabyte would equal about eight billion bits.

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# 1 gigabyte equals how many bytes?

1073741824

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# How many gigabytes in 1 million bytes?

0.001 GB