Video bitrate

This tool allows you to calculate raw, uncompressed video bitrate. Use it to compare to disk/ bus speed, bandwidth after lossy/ lossless compression, etc.

Examples:


Input parameters

Pixel size: wide x high
Framerate: FPS Interlaced
Presets: 15 | 23.98 | 24 | 25 | 29.97 | 50 | 60 |
Color model:
Color depth: bits/color
Calculation

One frame

Megapixels: 2.073.600 px
Uncompressed size: 6,22 MB
5,9 MiB (1024-based)
(24 bits/pixel)

Moving image

Pixel rate: 49,77 MHz
Uncompressed bitrate: 1,19 Gbps (standard SI-units)
= 149,30 MB/s
1,1 Gibps (1024-based)
(rgb444, 8 bits/comp, 24fps)
Required storage:
(uncompressed)
1 second: 149,30 MB 142,4 MiB
30 seconds: 4,48 GB 4,2 GiB
1 minute: 8,96 GB 8,3 GiB
5 minutes: 44,79 GB 41,7 GiB
1 hour: 537,48 GB 500,6 GiB
24 hours: 12,90 TB 11,7 TiB
References
Wikipedia: Pixels - DVI
Kilo-(1000) vs Kibi-(1024): Binary confusion - Kilo/Kibi units

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Keywords
2K, 4K, DV, DVD, bandwidth, bitrate, camera, compressed, fps, framerate, interlaced, megapixel, movie, progressive, raw, resolution, uncompressed, video

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