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asked July 1, 2018 11:54pm
@ video mark 6:02
· Lesson: Filming Yourself · Course: Acting for Animators
That is with Quicktime (Apple+I)
But you should be able to do it in most video players
(not sure if you can do it inside Blender)
Thanks Wayne. Yes, I can just right click directly on the file to see its properties on my pc. (I'd done a search thinking it was something I didn't know about in Blender - didn't find anything).