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Video - filter by size/resolution

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The 'Library' module in LR has great tools for filtering the set of thumbnails one sees in Grid mode – Text, Attribute, Metadata, etc.

I'm looking for a way to filter videos by resolution (480p, 1080p, etc). LR knows the "dimension" of video files (e.g., 640x480) but I don't see any Attribute or Metadata field that would allow me to filter on dimension. (My immediate task is to look for older, low-res videos that are <= 320p.)
 
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LR doesn't provide a filter, but it does provide a smart-collection criterion Megapixels (width * height / 1,000,000):

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Smart collections are less convenient than filters, so if you want a true filter, use the Any Filter plugin:

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