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I use YouTube premium to watch videos offline on my iPad (iPadOS 13). Where can I see the size of a video on the YouTube application?

I don't see any details when going to General -> Storage -> YouTube

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Joost C suggested

Enable "stats for nerds" in account (icon) > settings > toggle "stats for nerds". Then when playing a video, tap "more", select "stats for nerds".

However, stats for nerds don't show the video size:

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You can find them after you've enabled "stats for nerds" in account (icon) > settings > toggle "stats for nerds".

Then when playing a video, tap "more", select "stats for nerds".

Apparently we are nerds.

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  • Thanks, stats for nerds don't show the video size (see the edited question). – Franck Dernoncourt Mar 21 at 0:07

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