Posts Tagged ‘4K Video’

It seems like hackers have figured out a way to rip 4K movie content from Netflix and Amazon, with UHD videos becoming ample on torrent sites.

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Apple’s new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus allows 4K video recording (check the sample below to see the quality of it), but it seems the feature consumes too much storage to make repeated usage feasible with the 16GB base models.

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Netflix had already promised to do its best to bring as much 4K content to the masses as possible and today it added one of the most popular shows of all time to the 4K stable.

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With any new technology standards or formats, there’s always a trial stage whereby an assessment is made as to whether moving towards it is a viable or necessary pursuit. While 3DTV continues to struggle through lack of content and general interest, 4K looks to be taking strides as the next de facto quality level for our viewing pleasure, and the Blu-ray Disc Association’s decision to announce 4K Blu-ray discs suggests that this will be the natural next step.

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Although 1080p currently sets the bar to what the technology industry considers to be full HD, devices supportive of 4K ultra HD continue to rise to prominence. Both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will, to varying degrees, offer 4K output, and now, a forthcoming update the Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) standard means smartphones could soon be able to process 4K video via USB connection. The standards come into play from September, and with backing from some of the biggest names in mobile space, 4K does seem as though it is being groomed for mass-market adoption.

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