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.
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.
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.>>