[mythtv-users] Recording Bitrates fpr PVR 350
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Fri Dec 23 03:26:35 EST 2005
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Michael T. Dean wrote:
> Scott Alfter wrote:
>> Disk space is cheap. I just record everything at 6 Mbps and call it a day.
>> With ~340 GB (real gigabytes, not "salesman's gigabytes") across three
>> drives, I've never run out of space.
> 1 gigabyte = 1GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes
> 1 gibibyte = 1GiB = 1,073,741,824 bytes
So because the hard-drive manufacturers weren't honest with their labeling,
we're supposed to use some nut's ghey alternative name? A gigabyte is 2^30
bytes. It always has been and always will be, and if that sounds like I'm
having a 40-rods-to-the-hogshead moment, so be it.
/ v \ Scott Alfter
(IIGS( http://alfter.us/ Top-posting!
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