It depends on the format and the selected compression. There is no definitive answer to your question. For example a DVD contains about 2 hours of film contents on a 4,3 GB disk.
That is a HUGE file. Many hours 30 hours + ?
It depends on where in the world you are, and what your film supply is.
The duration of Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing - film - is 1.7 hours.
The two cannot be compared. Hours is a measure of time where as megabytes is a measure of disk space (on a computer).
Depending on the issues encountered, and disk speed, it may take many hours.
5280 feet equal one mile. 5280 x 117 = 617,760 feet of film. 1 minute of film is 90 feet. 617,760 / 90 would be 6864 minutes. 6864 / 60 would be 114.4 hours of film.
It can hold up to 34 hours of audio on one HiMD Disk.
First submission was far too long, and would have required at least six hours of film.
how many types hard disk drives
Both hard disks and floppy disks contain a magnetic surface on which data (information) can be recorded, accessed, and erased. While the hard disk is a permanent Storage and unlike floppy disk. The is still used in every computer but with the invention of USB the floppy disk is not using to much. The space of floppy disk was 8 MP not more but USB space is to many as well as Hard disk. We used Floppy Disk to make our work easy to transfer data to floppy and give it to your friend and the data is transfer to his PC.
I think It took around 2 years to fully create the titanic film xxx hope this helps xx
There are two types of Hard disk. 1:Sea gate disk 2:SATA Hard disk
How many tracks are there in 5.25 dshd disk
Well, It depends how many hours you're going to film with the actor/actress.
how many types of hard disk drive are available... IDE, SATA, SCSI, SATA2, SAS
generally one but sometimes you can get two
If the whole disk is free, then obviously nothing is consumed.
1. IDE Hard Disk 2. SATA Hard Disk 3. SCSI Hard Disk 4. Ultra SCSI Hard Disk
It all depend on the length of the film and the format which is used. A typical film in "VOB" will be 4Gb, whereas in AVI it can be 700mb. Using a non compressed format of 4Gb per film, you will be able to get around 256 films on a 1 tb disk.
i think 10% in hard disk.