Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by NagpurDaMunda, Jul 16, 2006.
How can this be possible?
i mean 235 MB file in one 13 MB file
Why not? Lots of file types are compressible to a large extent! I even have a 14 MB file that extracts to 2.5 GB!
GTA sans Cd extracts 4.56GB of data!
nothing is impossible..as impossible itself says i'm possible..hehehhhehehee..!!
Coooool comment... writting it down...
u write all the comments u like,maybe a hobby.........
i got a 1.4 mb office 12 rar file which expands to 700 mb and took me 2 hrs to uuncompress it
NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE
i also wanna know how such large extent compression is done??
See basically, the PDF you might have, would have consisted mostly of text with very few pictures. ASCII packs very well. If you really need to know how compression works, read up here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_compression
lol... i can give you a 4.8 gb in 29kb
how man? kidding?
thats impossible budddy,he's just makin fun
Actually thats possible! Just make a text file consisting of only a single char repeated billions of times, till the file size reaches 4.8 GB. Then try to compress it. It will have a *very* good compression ration. Such files are called decompression bombs.
which is the best software and best method to compress afile..??
any tricks anybody know...cus u share plaz..??
WinRK always gives an 'out of memory' error when i try to compress a 500MB folder using PWCM.Can anyone help?
That kind of compression i only possible with text files...
u need a lot of ram atlest 512... by the way what is ur memory of RAM?
Never heard of 14MB decompressing to 2.5gb.
yes it is possible to compress largely. I use 7-zip btw.
its 512MB RAM
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