Find Resolution of a Quicktime Movie

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To find the resolution of a movie file that can be opened in Quicktime, try the following:

  1. With the movie file closed, single click on it in Finder
  2. Press COMMAND+i on the keyboard. The information window should open.
  3. Look for the Resolution.

HD is typically defined as a resolution of 1280x720 or higher.


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