If both clips are on a mac, right-click one and choose 'get info' from the 
drop-down. You should find the pixel dimensions, codec, & gb size on the info 
panel that opens up. 

If you import the clips to FCP you can ask FCP to tell you clip info by 
right-clicking the file in the FCPX file browser (if FCP7 in the bin) & 
choosing "show clip info" (or something like it) from the contextual drop down 
menu. 

Jessica

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> On Oct 13, 2014, at 9:31 AM, "Marcos Ortega" <mar...@expcinema.com> wrote:
> 
> For getting information on the clips' specs, check this application,
> Mediainfo:
> 
> http://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo
> 
> 
>> On Mon, October 13, 2014 4:08 pm, Gene Youngblood wrote:
>> I want to compare image quality between a clip from my satellite DVR and
>> the same clip screen-captured online. Neither one is HD, and there is no
>> “properties” option. Is there a way to technically determine the
>> different resolutions (even if they subjectively look the same) other
>> than just eyeballing them? The end target is FCP. Can it tell me?
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