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Depends on the size of the canned juice and what kind of juice it is. If it's an 8oz can, you usually add 2 - 3 cans of water (16 - 24oz) to dilute the concentrate. Does that help?
The frozen stuff is generally concentrated- does it call for water as well in the recipe? That is easy to convert. How much water/ liquid & how much pineapple juice does it call for?
This is a marinade for a pork roast, calling for a 6oz. can of frozen pineapple juice concentrate, 2-5oz. cans of drained pineapple chunks, soy sauce and garlic powder. No water.
Hmm. Well if you can't find frozen pineapple concentrate, try pureeing some pineapple and straining it through a mesh sieve. It will be more concentrated than straight pineapple (less than pineapple concentrate) but will have less sugar. I made a pork roast last night in a similar marinade- but I pureed a fresh pineapple and slow cooked it for about 4 hours.
As much as you want it to make.