Images and Videos and Stuff

Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by Gohobojoe, Jul 31, 2010.

Jul 31, 2010
  1. Gohobojoe
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    Member Gohobojoe GBAtemp Regular

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    I know that reading images online and watching streamed videos uses less space, but how much do they use?

    Like... How much space does -snip- or -snip- use for a single manga page? And how much do streamed videos use?
    I ask because my service provider gives a monthly limit, and I want to know how much is me and how much is that ass stealing my internet.
     
  2. The Pi

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    All different amounts
    if you use firefox
    tools>page info>media
    it will give you the size of every file on the page. [​IMG]

    Don't name manga sites (anime or rom sites too) read the rules.
     
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    the first one you mentioned is getting shut down so you wont have to worry about that site
     
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    200 kb images... Usually 20 pages for a chapter... 4 mb every 20 pages. Yeow, that adds up after a while.
    100 kb for the other site... 2 mb for every 20 pages. Oh jeez, that will add up.

    What about going online for say, Super Street Fighter 4 on the PS3?
    And how would I check the usage for a video streaming site?
     
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    If you had a router capable of Tomato or DD-WRT (or derivatives), you could track your bandwidth usage using the built-in monitor.
     

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