Data Rate


The data rate of a video stream is the amount of computer memory required to store each second of the video. Higher definition formats often require a higher data rate than smaller formats.

Data rates can be fixed or variable. Variable data rate video apportions more data to scenes that need it–such as a fast-moving car chase–and less to scenes that don’t–such as a static talking head.

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