I know I am doing something wrong because my math does not make sense. Can someone help me explain what am I doing wrong for purposes of learning. This is my logic:
According to the internet 4K video is 233 MB per minute according to this link and others.
If speed is 233 MB per minute this equals
convert to Megabytes per second (233/60) = 3.9 MB/s convert to megabites per second = 31.2 Megabits/s
If this is true this means that if I want to download a 1 hour 4k movie with a internet download speed of 31.2 Megabits/s it will take 1 hour to download?
I have a 4k video on my computer that lasts 28 seconds. The size of the file is 200 MB. Using this information it means that:
convert to Megabytes per second (200/28) =7.14 MB/s convert to megabits per second = 57.12 Megabits/s
This means that I need an internet speed of 57 Megabits per second to download a 1 hour 4k movie in one hour?
I have a internet speed of 20 Megabits per second and a 2.x hour 4k movie on netflix downloads in less than one hour. Why is this true?