YouTube strikes solidly into the longer term by supporting 4K content material
It is humorous — we keep in mind the day that YouTube started supporting plain ole HD prefer it was yesterday, and we’re guessing as we speak will grasp in our reminiscence banks for fairly awhile, too. Over on the VidCon 2010 convention, YouTube formally introduced help for movies shot in 4K (a reference decision of 4096 x 3072), which signifies that the famed on-line clip portal now helps “resolutions from 360p to four,096p” (their phrases, not ours). Granted, solely a handful of people even have entry to a 4K camcorder, and 4K projectors aren’t precisely easy to seek out (or afford), however we could not be happier to see YT staying approach forward of the curve right here. In case you’re up for placing a extreme pressure in your broadband connection (and simply fake that your monitor can truly help a legit 4K feed), be happy to hit that first supply hyperlink and try to observe any of these movies at their “Unique” decision. Godspeed.
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