How Many Gigabytes Is a DVD Movie?


The storage capacity of a DVD movie is 4.7 gigabytes. The DVD format was developed in 1995 and has become increasingly popular.
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Assuming 1.5 hr movie at 6 Mbits/s, it is about 4 GB. HD movies can use anywhere from 12 to 18 Mbits/s so 8 to 12 GB for video plus audio.
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