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How much memory does sky movies take on tablet?

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Found 7th Mar 2013
Anyone know how much memory a sky movie takes when downloaded to a tablet on sky go extra?

I am trying to work out how many movies I would be able to store on galaxy note 10.1 tablet.

Not sure if sky go extra stores only on the tablet rather than the SD card memory.

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The sky go app is still not compatible with the galaxy note 10.1, which I find ridiculous. Considering the length of time since its been released and the popularity of it I would have expected it to be available by now.

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Gdiddy

The sky go app is still not compatible with the galaxy note 10.1, which I … The sky go app is still not compatible with the galaxy note 10.1, which I find ridiculous. Considering the length of time since its been released and the popularity of it I would have expected it to be available by now.



i did not know this. i was told by a colleague that it is around 1mb for a movie when it is downloaded to a smart phone.

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mutley1

i did not know this. i was told by a colleague that it is around 1mb for … i did not know this. i was told by a colleague that it is around 1mb for a movie when it is downloaded to a smart phone.


lol - 1mb for a film! WTF!

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csiman

lol - 1mb for a film! WTF!



why is this funny?

mutley1

why is this funny?



Because 1mb equates to about 10 seconds of SD footage.

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theworkingdead

Because 1mb equates to about 10 seconds of SD footage.



he said he buys itunes movies and they are 1 megabyte a movie. on the laptop it looks like this is correct from the sky movies i have downloaded to sky go. i have ripped dvds to my laptop and that is 5 megabyte.

mutley1

he said he buys itunes movies and they are 1 megabyte a movie. on the … he said he buys itunes movies and they are 1 megabyte a movie. on the laptop it looks like this is correct from the sky movies i have downloaded to sky go. i have ripped dvds to my laptop and that is 5 megabyte.



Mutley, I swear to you, a film even at 1/4 of standard definition would still be over 100mb

Now if you said Gigabyte, then yes!

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theworkingdead

Mutley, I swear to you, a film even at 1/4 of standard definition would … Mutley, I swear to you, a film even at 1/4 of standard definition would still be over 100mb



oops. i got the nominal wrong. i meant gb not mb. X)
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