We have seen so much improvement in the video resolutions over the past few years. SD, HD, now 4K is the latest resolution types. Most of the monitors are coming with HD ready format and if you invest some good amount there are plenty of high-end computer monitors available with higher video resolutions.
In order to play a high-resolution media file, you monitor also need to be the supportive type with similar or higher resolution options. For example, if you want to play a 720p video file, the monitor also need to be minimum HD Ready or Full HD or above screen types.
If you want to check the resolution of a video file, it is a pretty simple process in Windows 10. There are multiple methods are available to check the resolution and frame rate of a video file on Windows 10. Here are the few methods.
Using Windows File Explorer
In the File Explorer, you can easily check the video resolution and frame rate of a video file.
1. Right click on the video file you want to check the details.
2. Now select the properties in the context menu.
3. Here, in properties click on the “Details” tab.
4. Here, you will have all the details of the video file.
5. Along with details like video resolution and frame rate you can also check details like audio bitrate, channel, file type etc.
The alternative method for checking Video resolution and Frame rate on Windows 10
Using VLC Media Player
VLC Media player is very popular for its simplicity and vast codec support. It is also very easy to check the video file details using the VLC media player. To check a video file details, open media file with VLC. Now, go to Tools->Codec information. This will open a Window showing details about the video file.
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