The amount of data handled by an application per second. The higher the bitrate of a MP3 file the better the sound quality.
The binary digital rate is the number of bits used to express the sound frequency of an audio broadcast.
Is the speed in which data is transfered relative to bits. This is often expressed in bits per second or bits per minute.
Bitrate may refer to bits per pixel for compressed images or bits per second (such as 128 Kilobits/second) for compressed video.
Quantity of informations transmitted by time units. It is measured in bits per seconds (bps).
Is an indication for the audio quality of the stored music. The bitrate shows how large the quantity of the stored bits per second of music is. Example: 8 K it about Telephone quality 32 K it about Medium Wave quality 96 K it about FM quality 128 K it about CD quality
An expression of bandwidth: the rate of bits transmitted or passing per second.
The rate of data transfer when a media file is being streamed measured in bits per second.
Average number of bits that one second of video or audio data will transmit. For example, a standard mp3 bitrate is 64 kilobits per second. Keep in mind that the higher the bitrate, the more times per second the original video or audio data is recorded, thus the better quality of the product. For audio files, a bitrate of 129 kilobits per second or higher typically yields satisfactory sound quality.
The amount of digital information being stored per second of audio. In general, a higher bitrate means better sound quality with a larger file size.
the amount of Bits allowed to be used for compressing audio or video every second. This facilitates as a quality control in most cases.
the amount of binary information passed through a data transmission channel in a unit of time. Bitrate is measured in bits per second
The rate at which information is encoded on a DVD. The higher the bitrate, the better the quality. A low-bitrate DVD is analogous to an EP-mode (slow speed) VHS tape.
Bitrate denotes the number of bits per second used by a digital music file. The size and quality of a compressed digital audio file is determined by the bitrate used when encoding the file. Generally, the higher the bitrate used, the higher the sound quality, and the larger the file size. For example, a bitrate of 96kbps (96,000 bits per second) is generally thought of as "CD quality" for WMA audio files, and takes up about 0.75 megabytes (MB) per minute of music. At a 64kbps bitrate, the sound quality of WMA is similar to that of an FM radio signal, but approximately two minutes of music will fit in 1MB of space.
In telecommunications and computing, bit rate (sometimes written bitrate or Rbit) is the number of bits that are conveyed or processed per unit of time. In digital multimedia, bit rate is the number of bits used per unit of time to represent a continuous medium such as audio or video. It is quantified using the bit per second ( bit/s) unit or some derivative such as Mbit/s. [more...
How much space in bits (not bytes) taken up by 1 second of audio (or video).
The sampling rate a mp3 song is constructed with, typically measured in kbit/second.
The ratio of the number of bits that are transferred between devices in a specified amount of time, typically one second. A higher bitrate typically means better sound - 384 kbps is often considered CD-quality. :: Close
Measured as "bits per second," and used to express the rate at which data is transmitted or processed. The higher the bitrate, the more data that is processed and, typically, the higher the picture resolution. Digital video formats typically have bitrates measured in megabits-per-second (Mbps). (One megabit equals one million bits.) The maximum bitrate for DVD playback is 10 Mbps; for HDTV it's 19.4 Mbps.With audio compression, the average amount of data required to store one second of music (expressed in kilobits per second, or Kbps). Some codecs like MP3, WMA, and AAC allow files to be encoded at different bitrates. Generally, as bitrate decreases, so does the sound quality of the resulting file (and also the amount of memory required to store it).
The amount of data transfered over time, usually measured in units of bits per second (bps), kilobits per second (kbps).
measurement unit that quantifies the flow of bits per second.
We define what a bitrate is and explain its importance to MP3 encoding and playback. Read On
the "speed" at which digital data is transmitted per unit of time.
The number of bits per second used by a particular piece of media. Higher bitrates generally translate to higher quality, but some codecs are more efficient than others.
The number of bits per second used to store encoded information. Bitrates are measured in kilobits per second (kbps). Higher bitrates indicate larger files and higher MP3 quality (better sounding). A bitrate of 128kbps is generally considered to be "near CD-quality" sound.
The number of bits transmitted per unit of time. Usually expressed in bits per second, or bps.
Bitrate or Bit Rate is the average number of bits that one second of video or audio data will consume. Higher bitrate means bigger file size and generally better video or audio quality while lower bitrate means lower file size but worse video or audio quality. Some bitrate examples in common video and audio files: MP3 about 128 kbps (kilobits per second) VCD about 1374 kbps DVD about 4500 kbps DV about 25 Mbps (megabits per second).
the speed at which audio and video contents is streamed on a network. Bitrate is usually measure in kilobytes per second (Kbps), for example 28.8 Kbps.
average number of bits per symbols for storage or transmission
the amount of video data transmitted per unit of time.
In telecommunications and computing, bitrate (sometimes written bit rate, data rate or as a variable Rbit) is the number of bits that are conveyed or processed per unit of time. Bit rate is often used as synonym to the terms connection speed, transfer rate, channel capacity, maximum throughput and digital bandwidth capacity of a communication system.