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Is it common practice to round off DVD runtime?

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I started out listing the runtime on my DVD's in minutes and seconds. I was wondering if it is OK to just round it up or round it down to the nearest minute? Or is it better to be precise?

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I don't think I have seen DVD's with the runtime down to the second. I think rounding it to the nearest minute is standard practice. It's probably better to present a number that it accurate but also in it's simplest form. I would recommend rounding to the minute.

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On 6/10/2019 at 12:49 PM, Daniel D. Teoli Jr. said:

I started out listing the runtime on my DVD's in minutes and seconds. I was wondering if it is OK to just round it up or round it down to the nearest minute? Or is it better to be precise?

Thanks

I generally round it off. 

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