Bit depth does not affect file size?
Asked in Computers
What factors contribute to file size of an audio clip?
Asked in Image and Graphic Editing
Where can I find a free image editing software which converts bit depth?
Why files over 4 giga size do not copy in FAT32?
Asked in Microsoft Windows, Windows XP, Windows Vista
What is 16 bit file system?
The 16-bit file system refers to the FAT (File Allocation Table) size. The 16-bit FAT can have up to 65,517 clusters, with a cluster size of up to 32K, giving the hard drive a 2GB size limit. The reason that 16-bit file system support is included with Windows XP and Vista is for backwards compatibility with older DOS-formatted file systems and drives.
Asked in Digital Cameras
How many pixels in a 2MB foto?
Asked in Unix
What is the maximum size of a file in Unix?
The maximum size of a file in Unix depends on two things: the word size of the kernel, and the setting for LARGE_FILE support on the file system. For 32 bit system the maximum default would be about 2 gigabytes. For 64 bit systems or ones with LARGE_FILE support, the maximum would be approximately 264
Asked in Digital Cameras
How many pixel in 50kb?
Image format, bit depth (8, 16, 24, 32...), and color range will impact the file size of an image. Any answer provided based on 50kB alone will be a wild guess. So, here is a wild guess, 300,000 pixels. It assumes .jpg at 24 bit color depth. This is a very common format and quality used to store digital images.
What is the average size of a .wma song file?
Asked in Software and Applications (non-game)
What is the size of a wav file?
Asked in Computer Networking
The number of bits used to store a sample of sound is called the?
sample size "Bit depth. Please learn English before posting anything else on the internet." No... bit depth describes the number of bits of information recorded for each sample. Where as the number of bits used to store a sample sound is called the sample size. P.S. Before you attempt to insult somebody about learning English make sure your facts are right or you look like an idiot. sample size or maybe sample depth or mabye card size or maybe sampling rate
Asked in Engineering, Windows XP
What kind of a picture file has 2 bits colour depth?
Asked in Windows 7
How can you tell if an image is hi resolution in windows 7?
Asked in Image and Graphic Editing, Video Editing
How many pixels are in 100 KB?
This can vary wildly based on image format and other factors. For example, jpeg images can have smaller sizes (though lower quality) depending on how compressed they are. In the case of bitmaps, the amount of pixels that can fit into 100KB depends on its bit depth. A 1-bit 100K bitmap can fit 819,200 pixels. The 8-bit, 16-bit, 24-bit, and 32-bit bitmaps can fit 102,400, 51,200, 34,133, and 25,600 pixels, respectively. The general formula for how many pixels fit in an image of a certain size is as follows, for a bitmap: Pixels = [Size (in KB)] / [Bit Depth] x 8,192.
Asked in Music
What is meant by 360 bit rate music files?
the bit rate is the amount of details in the video & audio in a unit time usually per second as in a hd videos the bit rate is high because the image (video) has much details , so 360 bit rate music file mean that the amount of the details in the audio is 360 bit rate & the higher the bit-rate the higher the details the higher the quality & the higher the size & I cant give an answer if 360 bit rate is good or bad because it Depends on the file size
Difference between lossless and lossy compression?
File compression uses software algorithms to reduce file size by reducing the bit-rate of a file. Lossy compression takes it a bit further and lowers the quality of thr file to make it even smaller. Lossy compression is commonly used for media files, but would not be appropriate for other types of files.