# Question: How Big Is A 1 Hour Video?

## How many GB is a 1 hour video?

SD-quality video uses about 0.7GB (700MB) per hour.

HD quality video is between 720p and 2K (remember, the app adjusts the stream).

HD-quality video uses about 0.9GB (720p), 1.5GB (1080p) and 3GB (2K) per hour.

UHD quality video uses a lot of data..

## How many MB is a 1 hour video?

700 MBfor Standard quality(480p), 1 hour video will cost you approx 700 MB, while for HD(720p) it will cost you approx 1 GB.

## How big is a 1 hour 4k video?

How much space might one need? Consider this: One hour of standard definition DV footage requires approximately 12.7GB of storage; approximately 217MB per minute. By comparison, one hour of RAW 4K content requires close to 110GB of storage; approximately 2GB per minute.

## How many MB is a 1 minute 1080p video?

1 minute 1080p 30FPS requires approx. 150 MB storage. So 10 minutes video = approx 1.5 GB. The maximum SD Card you can use with the 1320 is 64 GB, giving you about 40 minutes of video.

## How many GB is 2 hours of video?

8.5GB is good for about 2 hours of ‘DVD’ quality 720p, and many camcorders are 2.8GB per hour. So (8GB / 2.8GB/HR) = approximately 2.86 hours. This is all dependent upon the resolution and compression used by the camcorder. High definition will yield approximately 1/4th the time per GB; 11~12GB/HR.

## How big is a 10 minute 4k video?

At 375 MB of storage per every minute of footage, we see that 10 minutes of 4K footage would take up 3.75GB, 20 minutes of 4K footage would take up 7.5GB, and 30 minutes of 4K footage would take up 11.25 GB.