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brattleboro Posted on 10/08/2018 11:15
netflix 4k content
 
 
do they have 4k content,and is ultra hd, the same as 4k,jury got a new tv (lg oled) thanx
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sirteuk Posted on 10/08/2018 11:22

netflix 4k content

 
Plenty of 4k on YouTube to try before you decide
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brattleboro Posted on 10/08/2018 11:23

netflix 4k content

 
thanks bud,ill check it out[^]
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Jan_Aage_Fjortoft Posted on 10/08/2018 11:28

netflix 4k content

 
This is suppose to show what content is 4k / UHD. Not sure how upto date it is.

If you search 4k when connected to Netflix with a compatible TV it's supposed to show which shows are available.

Link: Link...
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brattleboro Posted on 10/08/2018 11:29

netflix 4k content

 
thanx jan agge
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BobUpndown Posted on 10/08/2018 11:49

netflix 4k content

 
TBH the HD content is visually poor compared to HD movie on a disc or BluRay so I can't see any 4K being better..

Huge dropout in shadow details in regular HD as it is.. I've had NetKlix since the start via Virgin, BT & now PlusNet (BT) all are poor compared to a disc..
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Rain_Dogs Posted on 10/08/2018 11:50

netflix 4k content

 
there's loads of 4k content on Netflix if you are paying for the one that gives you 4 accounts. I think it's £9.99 a month. I have the LG Oled as well and got a 6 month trial of netflix free with it.

there's loads of stuff on you tube for demo's of 4k.
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Rain_Dogs Posted on 10/08/2018 11:52

netflix 4k content

 
As Bob said, Blu-ray 4k discs are far superior to the streaming services though and he sound is brilliant on them.
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Small_town Posted on 10/08/2018 12:12

netflix 4k content

 
As rain dogs said 4K content is extra per month with netflix. Also UK based it isn't really worth it.

Little hint though. Get a vpn on your pc, then set yourself as being in America, then log on to Netflix. You get their (much larger) choice of content and more 4K.

It seems to stay too, I access Netflix through my smart TV and it still seems to have all the US content.
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TheFair86 Posted on 10/08/2018 12:33

netflix 4k content

 
Amazon prime video also does 4K HDR

All these services use compression though, both video and audio. As said above blu ray far superior but depends what youíre willing to put up with. If youíve bought a good tv, give it good content.
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brattleboro Posted on 10/08/2018 19:21

netflix 4k content

 
thanx guys
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SilentProf Posted on 10/08/2018 22:56

netflix 4k content

 
I use Netflix in 4K and it looks great. Itís never going to be as good as the physical disc as people above have said but itís not too far off and clearly superior to HD if your TV is set up correctly. Youíll need the bandwidth to sustain it though, or it will downscale. I think some people may have this issue when they say itís not worth the extra cost.
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TheFair86 Posted on 11/08/2018 02:51
Edited On: 11/08/2018 08:08
netflix 4k content

 
Youíll need really poor internet to have downscaling tbf, believe 4K Netflix needs 15mbps internet, amazon prime 25mbps.

Uncompressed Blu-ray ray rips are about 140mbps max based on the standard, which shows how compressed theses services are, and theyíre the pro ones.

Many people donít know to look up optimum settings for their tv, makes a huge difference, as does pro calibration. Google your tv +avforums settings and have a tweak. Some TVs come on eco mode or vivid and itís not the best at all.
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brattleboro Posted on 11/08/2018 10:34

netflix 4k content

 
thanx fair,ive got mine set on vivid as i thought looked the best
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TheFair86 Posted on 11/08/2018 10:38

netflix 4k content

 
You might think it looks the best because it adds some pop, but thereís a lot to factor in such as how deep blacks are and tonal range. If you follow a settings guide and watch it like that for a few days, vivid will probably look horrific going back!

Iíve got a 65 inch LG oled c8 and out of the box it was stunning so I nearly didnít bother but the different it makes is significant
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