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Walter SoykaRe: best frame size for video projection
by on Mar 9, 2011 at 3:04:04 pm

[gurpreet makkar] "please tell me about how to calculate frame size of mpeg video file...........means size of I, B, p Frames"

Your question doesn't really have anything to do with this thread -- I'd try starting a new thread in the Compression techniques forum [link] to get better answers (though my guess is that you are looking for an MPEG2 stream analyzer).

I think you'll need to be a bit clearer about what you're asking in your new post, too. Wouldn't the I, B, and P frame sizes (dimensions in pixels) naturally match the size of the stream?

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