# Video filesize calculator

### Video bitrate

• Picture size: 2048 x 1080
• Framerate: 24 fps
• Hulu HD (1080p25 = 1.4 Mbps) Netflix 4K (2160p25 = 15.6 Mbps) Netflix HD (1080p25 = 5.8 Mbps) if the same bit encoding and (lack of) video compression would be used as the one for ... compression strength (size) then the bandwidth for the video size you specified, would be 9.8 (0.12%) `1.48 Mbps` = `185 KB/s` 8.3 (0.31%) `3.99 Mbps` = `499 KB/s` 7.7 (0.47%) `5.94 Mbps` = `742 KB/s` 7.3 (0.64%) `8.19 Mbps` = `1.02 MB/s` 7.3 (0.65%) `8.29 Mbps` = `1.04 MB/s` 6.8 (0.9%) `11.5 Mbps` = `1.44 MB/s` 5 (3.05%) `38.9 Mbps` = `4.86 MB/s` 4.4 (4.73%) `60.2 Mbps` = `7.53 MB/s` 4.3 (4.91%) `62.5 Mbps` = `7.81 MB/s` 4.1 (5.89%) `75 Mbps` = `9.38 MB/s` 4 (6.43%) `81.9 Mbps` = `10.2 MB/s` 2.5 (18%) `225 Mbps` = `28.2 MB/s` 2.3 (20%) `250 Mbps` = `31.3 MB/s` 1.6 (33%) `425 Mbps` = `53.1 MB/s` 0 (100%) `1.27 Gbps` = `159 MB/s` -0.3 (125%) `1.59 Gbps` = `199 MB/s` -0.6 (150%) `1.91 Gbps` = `239 MB/s` -1 (200%) `2.55 Gbps` = `319 MB/s`

### Video file size

• Frame calculation: 5400 seconds x 24 fps = 129600 frames
• Hulu HD (1080p25 = 1.4 Mbps) Netflix 4K (2160p25 = 15.6 Mbps) if the same bit encoding and (lack of) video compression would be used as the one for ... then the file sizeof the video would be `998 MB` `2.7 GB` `4.01 GB` `5.53 GB` `5.6 GB` `7.78 GB` `26.3 GB` `40.6 GB` `42.2 GB` `50.6 GB` `55.3 GB` `152 GB` `169 GB` `287 GB` `860 GB` `1.07 TB` `1.29 TB` `1.72 TB`