Im not a software engineer or developer so I don’t know how possible something like this would be, but if the Video Enhance AI software could include even a “rough” estimation of the file size when the upscaling would be completed it would be very useful for me and im sure some others.
hi, the only way actually is to do a test on a 10 second video and check the bitrate … or look at the weight of the images if it is in sequence of images …
Thats only possible if the bitrate is fixed and the framerate also is known (best be fixed). So outputting a constant framesize at a fixed bitrate (like TIF) gives the possibilty to do that. With the mpeg output it´s impossible, since the bitrate changes depending on the content of the picture. Of course, a rough estimate cold implemented (I already here the people:" but software X does it"…), but in my opinion, for a non-fixed bitrate this is pointless… If you have a movie that starts out as a still-picture-cgi cartoon and then turns over into a full blown action movie, the estimate of the first minutes will be totally off
fro the cases where it makes sense - why not implement stuff like that.