[MPlayer-users] Re: units: KB, KiB, KBit/s, MB, MiB, MBit/s, ...
zimon at niksula.hut.fi
Wed Aug 27 15:02:31 CEST 2003
On Wed, Aug 27, 2003 at 02:45:37PM +0200, armin.gerritsen at philips.com wrote:
> >> Pop quiz: One minute of raw video at 800 Kbit/s will take X amount
> >> of memory when stored in raw format? X is...
> >> a) 6.00 MB
> >> b) 6.00 MiB
> >> c) 5.72 MB
> >> d) 5.72 MiB
> > I think the answer is either "a" or "d". What do I win if I'm right?
> > :)
> Depending on the non-official symbol K being used as k or Ki, I'd also say
> Talking about keeping to the standard. :-)
Good point! :-) Should be "800 kBit/s"
These are not in the spinal cord yet obviously.
kbitps, kbit/s, kbits, kBit/s, Kibitps, Kibit/s, Kibits, KiBit/s; and two
of these are not even units of speed. So confused, I don't know if I should
go back to hacking or cracking.
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