I have the following problem: a large collection of video files of all sorts of formats with very different framewidths and frameheights on several hard drives.
I want to search for all video files that have a framewidth that is less than 640, so that I can delete all those (I need to make space for 1080p videos).
In Windows 7 I do not seem to be able to do that. I see that in Windows Explorer, in the file details, if I add additional columns of info, framewidth is an option. But I do not know how to use that info in the search function of Windows 7. I had a look at the advanced search syntax, but did not see any possibilities there.
I also googled this problem, but did not immediately find any tools to do so.
If there are tools or scripts that could do this (maybe a Windows Powershell script? - unfortunately I do not know Powershell) or some other way, I would like to hear about it.