So size goes hand in hand with resolution. And that is height, width , pixel depth.See less
I will ask if it is black and white or color to know pixel depth (1 byte for B&W and 3 bytes for color, one for each RGB).
Assuming here it's color.
I will ask if this is for a youtube video or a film to be displayed in a cinema.
a) If youtube, I'll assume 720p: 1280x720 px.
b) If cinema, I'll assume it's 1000x a).
For a ) then it's ~1 million => 3 million bytes per image=> ~ 3MB/image
For b) ~3GB /image
Then I'll assume it's for a youtube video.
Now there's the FPS (frames per second). 25/30 fps is good for the human eye.
Then we have 30 FPS x 3 MB= 60 MB/second
Therefore we have (2000 MB / 60 MB/sec) = ~30 sec or half a minute
This sound incredibly little to me, however, based on videos I have crated/ downloaded. So I will adjust for compression, which is normally used when dealing with video.
I will assume the compression can reduce size to only a 10%
Therefore we could potentially have 6 MB/second => (2000 MB/ 6 MB/sec)= ~300 sec or 5 minutes.