[CentOS] Re: Check my math please

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Nov 5 22:54:24 UTC 2008


on 11-5-2008 2:06 PM Sean Carolan spake the following:
>> The size of the file doesn't make much difference.  What matters is the
>> resolution and framerate of the vide
> 
> For a back-of-the napkin calculation can we not assume that data equal
> to the entire size of the file will be streamed to the client during
> playback?  I understand that frame rate, etc. are important as well
> but I do not need exact figures, just a general idea of what size
> tube** is required on the viewer's side to see the video without
> skipping.
> 
> **  The internet is not really made of tubes.  Unless you're from Alaska.
A lot of it is.
Some of the tubes are copper, some are glass fiber.

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