List movie size in current directory

find . -regex '\(.*mp4\|.*mpg\|.*mpeg\|.*mov\|.*wmv\|.*mkv\|.*avi\)' -exec exiftool -directory -fileName -imageSize {} \;
List imageSize for files with selected extensions in current directory Requires: exiftool (install from arch base repo: sudo pacman -S perl-image-exiftool)
Sample Output
Directory                       : ./directoryname
File Name                       : filename.mkv
Image Size                      : 1280x720

By: redowk
2016-08-22 17:49:22

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