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I have an MPG video file. How can I know its resolution?

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Lots of info about your video file with this solution: superuser.com/questions/72302/… – JMD Nov 27 '09 at 0:01
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If Windows Vista/7 does not show that, try MediaInfo Lite

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WOW!!! Thank you very much! – brilliant Nov 27 '09 at 0:07

right-click on file, properties, then the details tab. Should show the resolution in height and width.

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Download, unzip and run DPMediaInfo. load your video file and you should see something like this:

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The field Size is showing the resolution (160x120 in this case)

DPMediaInfo is portable, free and open source software.

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There are 2 size fields :P – John T Nov 27 '09 at 11:41
    
you don't miss much, do you? :) – Molly7244 Nov 27 '09 at 12:14

Use VLC player

Tools>Media Information>Codec (tab)

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