How many pixels are in a megabyte?

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This depends on the format in which pixels are stored. This is because there is no direct relation between pixels and megabytes. For a JPEG format, 1MB approximately equals 3,000,000 pixels.
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That will depend on the settings such as bit depth and file format.
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Around 1,000. Technically, however, there are two definitions of a kilobyte and a megabyte. Under one, a kB is 1,000 bytes, and a MB is 1,000 kB. Under the other, a kB is 1,024 bytes
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There are 1,000 MB in 1 GB. Got another question? Ask
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There are 1000 megabytes in 1 Gigabytes. 1 Gigabytes is also equal to 1x10^9 Bytes.
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