Are 4k and UHD the same thing? - Part 1 of 4

What is 4k UHD?  Part 1 of 4 from 'Understanding 4k UHD'.

HowToAV welcomes AV integration expert Neil Walton to discuss 4k UHD / Ultra High Definition video content.

Are 4K and UHD (Ultra High Definition) video content the same thing are there differences?

4K video resolution provides much higher resolution video than 1080p (or HD) - increasing the number of pixels by 4 times.

As screens and televisions become larger, lower resolutions can deliver 'pixel blocking'; 4k UHD resolution recreates a cinematic experience with incredible visual detail.

What's the difference between 4K and UHD?

4K is in fact a cinematic resolution and display format (4096 x 2160 pixels)

UHD (or Ultra High Definition) is the residential screen/television resoltuion (3840 x 2160 pixels)


Continue to PART 2.>>

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