Originally Posted by jogiba
I guess you missed my post, read it very slowly and think before you post.
I re-read your post and his answer makes perfect sense for me. And I doubt he missed your post because he quoted it in his answer. ;-) So maybe, you know, some expounding would be helpful, because somewhere something is apparently being misconstrued.
I don't get the hate for a company wanting to introduce a higher quality streaming format. But then, in two years, I'll be one of the 10% who can take advantage of this so maybe I'm biased?
But hey, I think we can all agree at least that the current enemy of online streaming isn't the actual resolution itself, but the needed bandwidth. If the 4K streaming service brings along a better codec (h.265) then that will be a big benefit in quality, not just the pushed pixels. So I'm not going to dismiss streaming out of hand because I understand the likelihood of these other improvements coming along for the ride. That's all part of it to me.Edited by chirpie - 3/18/13 at 1:04pm