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11.2_Digital_Media_Problems

# 11.2_Digital_Media_Problems - Problem 5 What length(time of...

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Digital Media Problems  (12/27/06)    Student Name _____________________ Section___ Instructions:  You may print this page and the following pages and use pencil to  complete the assignment. This is an exception to the “homework-must-be-computer-  generated” rule. Bring these pages to class.  For the purposes of this assignment, assume a standard CD  has a 700MB capacity. Image/Display Problems : Problem 1:   How much memory is required to support a single true-color image on a 1600 x  1200 pixels monitor? Problem 2:   How many “true color” images of size 2100 x 1600 pixels can be stored on a 512  MB memory cartridge? Problem 3:  Why do some graphics boards have 256 MB (or more) of memory?

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Sound Problems Problem 4:   What is the file size to store 1 minute of “CD quality” recording?
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Unformatted text preview: Problem 5: What length (time) of “telephone quality” speech could be stored on a standard CD-ROM? MP3 Problems Problem 6: A common MP3 format uses a 12:1 lossy compression algorithm (vs. standard CD quality). What is the maximum time of “MP3 quality” music that can be stored on a standard CD-R? Problem 7: The song “Love Me Tender” (by Elvis Presley) as originally recorded in CD file (stereo – 2 channel, 44.1 kHz sample rate) format has a duration of 2:45 (i.e. 2 minutes 45 seconds). If ripped to MP3 format using a bit rate of 160 kbps what will be the file size (i.e. “#kB”)....
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