Enter the pixel width, pixel length, frames per second, and video length into the calculator to determine the video size.

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## Video File Size Formula

The following equation can be used to calculate the video file size.

VFS = PL * PW *3* FPS / (1024*1024) * T / 1028

- Where VFS is the video file size (GB)
- PL is the pixels along the length
- PW is the pixels along the width
- FPS is the frames per second
- T is the total video time in seconds

## Video File Size Definition

A video file size is defined as the total data storage it takes to contain a certain video file.

## Video File Size Example

How to calculate a video file size?

**First, determine the pixel dimensions.**Measure the total number of pixels along the length and width. This is usually considered the resolution.

**Next, determine the frames per second.**Calculate the total frames per second the video is played at.

**Next, determine the total time.**Measure the total time of the video.

**Finally, calculate the video file size.**Calculate the video file size using the equation above.

## FAQ

**What is a video file size?**

A video file size is a term used to described the total data storage required to hold a certain video.