Video Resolution


Video Resolution is the number of pixels in the smartphone or other digital screens. These are measured in the angles (width x height). The resolution of a video will directly affect its quality and storage level.

Video resolution can be increased according to your need. Sometimes you can increase or decrease the video resolution. Resolutions should be lowered when the video is uploaded to the smartphone from the computer. If the video is uploaded as the same resolution on the computer, that video may not play in your phone.

How to Find Video Resolution on an Android Device?

Let’s continue to find video resolution on the Android device. The resolution can be identified even for videos which are recorded on the Android device, or videos downloaded on other devices .

1 – Open the gallery of the Android smartphone and choose any video.
2 – Open the video and click on the information Tape. The information tape varies in every Android device.
3 – When selecting the Information Tape, you can see the resolution, file size, and storage of specific videos.

How to Find Video Resolution on a Windows Device?

1 – Select the video file and right click on it.
2 – Click the properties option from the drop-down menu.
3 – Click on the details tab in the video property screen.
4 – you can see the various information including the resolution of the video.

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