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What is the Difference between Ultra HD and 4K?

admin

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Besides the fact that 4K is a more used term, there is one technical difference between Ultra HD (UHD) and 4K. If it is used appropriately, the 4K describes a resolution of 4096 X 2160 pixels, a resolution used mostly in digital cinemas. The UHD, on the other hand, describes a resolution of 3840 X 2160 and you can find it in TVs (16:9 ratio TVs) and is what you can actually take home. You can check our UHD demo trailers in full 4K video test.

In a nutshell, 4K is actually the wrong term for 3840 X 2160 resolution. However, it is used almost all the time and that is why the distinction between 4K and UHD has been lost. As a matter of fact, these two terms are identical for most people.
 

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What Makes 4K So Good?

4K adds clarity and better definition to the picture. Actually, the result is images that look beyond amazing and life-like.It is like looking through a window and not at your TV.

The best result of 4K can be experienced on large screens, which means that you will need at least 65-inch TV or bigger. According to the experts, 4K resolution improves the image quality at almost any screen size, but it is recommendable to experience it on a much bigger screen. That’s way the effect is more obvious and noticeable.
 

Daniel

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nowadays we mostly buy smart TV with 4k resolution which brings more clear, original and bright visual effect. But some 4K TV still can not display 4k videos rightly. I wonder why.
 
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