Calcuate file size Tags: File Size Storage Last response: October 2, 2012 11:06 PM in Storage Share harley16 October 2, 2012 8:27:41 PM what is the file size if you have 4Mbps as your transfer rate and 10 minutes as your transfer time. More about : calcuate file size phil22 a c 79 G Storage October 2, 2012 10:40:48 PM Assuming the transfer rate of 4Mbps was constant for all of those 10 minutes, the file size would be 300MB. Calculated as below: 4Mbits per second = 240Mbits per minute. x 10 minutes = 2400Mbits 2400 divided by 8 (since 8Mbits = 1MB) = 300MB m 0 l noidea_77 a c 86 G Storage October 2, 2012 11:06:11 PM Minus the protocol overhead and that can be a lot, if the 4Mbit is a wifi speed. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhat raid config should I use if any for high file size video writing! I WILL GIVE YOU 5 BUCKS IF YOU READ THE DESCRIPTION!! Forum SolvedFRAPS file size is massive!? Forum SolvedWIN 8.1 file size? Forum SolvedI am trying to copy a single file of 1 TB -- yes 1 TB and get an error message at 500GB regarding a system file size limitatio Forum SolvedHow do I transfer the time if i have a file size of 2GB and a transfer rate 56Kbps? Forum SolvedHow to reduce Fraps file size ? Forum SolvedRecording gameplay footage - file size Forum SolvedPaging File size on separate SSD Forum SolvedWindows File Explorer window size and location Forum SolvedFile size after installation Forum SolvedFile Size Issue with Mac OS 10.8.x Forum SolvedFile size on Blu-ray Forum page file size Forum Solvedpage file/virtual memory size for 32GB ram system on SSD Forum Solvedquestion about Vram and paging file size Forum Slow file transfer speed in internal hdd & when downloading large size torrents ;other files present on the drive opens slowly Forum How to convert wmv file to smaller size but keep the Quality ? Forum SolvedShould i enable page file size for all drives Forum SolvedInterlaced vs Progressive video file size? Forum SolvedPaging File Size Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !