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Video resolution, in its usual meaning, is the same thing as its dimensions in pixels, so the same 320px × 240px, or 1280×720 px (aka "720p"), &c. It doesn't directly depend on bitrate; a lower bitrate can mean lower dimensions/resolution, but it can also mean a lower-quality video (more visible artifacts) at the same resolution, or it can mean a better ...
File size is not really relevant. "Area" resize produces the mathematically correct result when shrinking an image. The only reason to use anything else is if it produces results that you subjectively like better.
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