October fun: 31 days of Horror, Blood, Guts and Gore! (and zombies, too....)
I have been reading some of the threads regarding all things UHD/4K and educating myself on purchases into the new tech. Of course part of the thread came down to a debate about physical media vs streaming. One guy that works in networking/internet had some good points about our internet infrastucture (most over copper wire) and Comcast will be going to go with everyone on datacaps, especially DL big movies. Fiber customers don't have to worry because those can handle the bandwidth. So will 4Kstreaming be a huge bottle neck? Or will H265 save the day or will videostores make a come back because that will be the most feasible way to get 4K content?