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mike.coward
mike.coward
9/12/2013 | 12:34:47 PM
Re: 4K defined
Hi Sarah,
  in my experience, the differerence between 4K and HD is as big as the difference between HD and regular standard definition.  Every time I see a 4k image, I have to look twice since it seems so different from what I'm used to.

  The other thing that makes 4k look great is that it can support 60 frames per second, twice the frame rate of what people are using for 720p or 1080p.  This is especially helpful with sports footage.

  Not all TVs or content providers will support 4k60, but those that do will have a distinct advantage for the segment of consumers who are looking for the latest and greatest.

Fun times,
Mike Coward
(QuickFire Networks)
Sarah Thomas
Sarah Thomas
9/12/2013 | 11:23:19 AM
4K defined
Alan, can you give us a definition of 4K video in terms of what it means to us coach potatoes viewing it? Will it live up to the hype (if operators can support it)?
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