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post #1 of 48
Thread Starter 

Demo Material


Retail:
Timescapes
- Trailer

Movies: (Short)
Tears Of Steel

Movie Trailers:
Elysium

Demo Clips:
RED-Multi
NoiseRed
NoiseRed - Slow Motion
Roust Duck

YouTube:
LG 4K "Landscapes" - Part 1
LG 4K "Landscapes" - Part 2
Sony 4K "Feel The Beauty" - Part 1
Sony 4K "Feel The Beauty" - Part 2

YouTube - Music Videos:
Wake Me Up
Lights
Heart Beat

To Download Clips To Hard Drive from YouTube: *Need this first* 4K Video Downloader
Copy and Paste YouTube Link into 4K Video Downloader from http://www.uhdvideos.net/ or YouTube directly.

Example Links:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uTbg4R3y50 (Copy and Paste in 4K Video Downloader)


Thanks to:

pawel86ck
freebits
SOWK
R-o-c
Edited by SOWK - 4/15/14 at 12:27am

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post #2 of 48
Thread Starter 
Come on guys, Lets get the Download links flowing.
post #3 of 48
Another 4K download link :
http://mango.blender.org/download/

4K 3840 pixels wide (6.3 GB, mov)
4K DCP 4096 x 2160 (14 GB, Digital Cinema Package)
post #4 of 48
Erotica from the first 4K UHD Porno Site www.huccio.com

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3236260/INFERNOV3.zip
http://vimeo.com/78508363/download?t=1386226368&v=202194227&s=50827e7a984407cf4e9a18de7df8e5f8
http://vimeo.com/74749861/download?t=1386226427&v=190539974&s=0347e20ae2c94d675a96800a24a744c2

if you register for free you can see a 4K Hardcore Trailer in the Members Area.
www.Huccio.com official goes online @ 01.01.2014

All the videos are very keen on art, no cheap sleazy movies

I Think females will love it to watch,too



YouTube Links...the best Quality i found so far

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYQ8w7kxdDk&feature=player_detailpage
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyIAV5YVjA4&feature=player_detailpage
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=AI1N7oelEW0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJ534zRf3aw&feature=player_detailpage

You can download with "4K video downloader"

All videos you can play then Full Screen with VLC Media Player

Best regards from Europe/Germany
Edited by R-o-c - 12/22/13 at 12:02am
post #5 of 48
Thread Starter 
Thank You! smile.gif
post #6 of 48
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Originally Posted by SOWK View Post

Thank You! smile.gif

OK, Porn aside rolleyes.gif What is needed to display 4K content ? I have a Sony 500ES, and a PS4 , other than that I have a standard 3D Sony BR player and a Lumagen Mini. For me, and I'm still old school, I would prefer to have a hard copy of anything I can
get my hands on. Even with a fast internet connection and I do have high speed , it will take forever to download any 4K movie.......correct? I'm looking into the HTPC option , probably the best way for me at this point I guess .
post #7 of 48
Thread Starter 
HTPC, or the Sony 4K puck is the only way at the moment that I know of.

I did not look into what the minimum PC specs are that is needed though.

PS4 is not 4K yet.
post #8 of 48
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Originally Posted by SOWK View Post

HTPC, or the Sony 4K puck is the only way at the moment that I know of.

I did not look into what the minimum PC specs are that is needed though.

PS4 is not 4K yet.

This is what Zombie is using for a HTPC, 4K gaming, video and upscaling:

Originally Posted by zombie10k View Post

I've been using the Shuttle brand SFF (Small form factor) barebone's PC's for about 10 years now. I love this company, they make a great product with quality components in a reliable but compact chassis.

This particular PC I am using is the SZ77R5:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16856101129

This comes with the motherboard, CPU cooling system and a very good power supply. You just add the processor, memory and SSD drive. I am using the Core I7 3770K and 32 GB of ram.

The GPU is the Nvidia 780 GTX Ti .

This is way overkill, you can get away with less memory and definitely a less expensive GPU. This PC used to be VMWare server which explains the high specs. I wanted to see what 4K Gaming would look like @ 30 FPS and like the NVidia branded cards.

It's amazing that this small PC can power the 780 GTX Ti, but it handles it like a champ.
post #9 of 48
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Originally Posted by roxiedog13 View Post

OK, Porn aside rolleyes.gif What is needed to display 4K content ? I have a Sony 500ES, and a PS4 , other than that I have a standard 3D Sony BR player and a Lumagen Mini. For me, and I'm still old school, I would prefer to have a hard copy of anything I can
get my hands on. Even with a fast internet connection and I do have high speed , it will take forever to download any 4K movie.......correct? I'm looking into the HTPC option , probably the best way for me at this point I guess .

It will be interesting to see what the industry ultimately settles on as a 4K container _ either they will have to some how compress all that info on a 50GB Blu-ray or come up with yet another format.
This is assuming that's 4K movies will be on a disc form. Maybe one will be able to purchase them virtually, but then again the server for that would have to be enormous, plus the fact of how long it would take to download the movie or stream it....

So far from what I've seen of it, I was not impressed _ it's the same old thing as before with DVD's _ garbage in garbage out. I brought in Blu-ray disc of the Fantastic Four to my local Audio video store to see what sort of up scaling capabilities a 4K display was capable of _ it did nothing for the picture quality at all.

So I sat there and watched the 4K demo (a downloaded you tube video) and honestly it didn't look a whole lot better then a native 1080p source _ it was disappointing. The display was a smaller Sony, why did they even bother with such a small screen _ it was too small to tell the difference. ( I think it was a 55 inch, but can't be sure).

Another confusing thing, why 4K, why not 2160p ??? 4K to me is 4000 _ wow 4000 pixels, there's an improvement... Must be some sort of marketing thing because 2160p doesn't roll off the tongue quite as nicely as 4K. I think 4M would have made better sense, at least when you're dealing with quantities "M" stands for 1,000,000...

I think I will wait a couple of years until there is something to be impressed about, but for now the whole 4K thing is just in it's infancy.
Edited by JeffR1 - 12/29/13 at 4:47pm
post #10 of 48
Has anyone played back 4K video clips, how is the video quality from Sony and JVC projector (4k PJ)smile.gif
post #11 of 48
yes, it looks very good on the JVC 57 but it's better on the VW600. More detail / clarity. This should be expected given the difference in pixel density between 1080P and the 4K panels in the Sony.
post #12 of 48
Here you'll find very high quality UHD demo footage from a Red Epic 4K camera (if you can play 10 bits files in Prores, a Mac or a PC with Quicktime Pro is probably the best way). These are too high quality for standard players like TMT of PDVD, so these will choke / refuse to play them, but they are valid files and give a much better idea of what's in store for us when Bluray 4K will finally land. If you can't play Prores 10 bit, they are also available in MP4, but of course they are more compressed.
Edited by Manni01 - 1/4/14 at 6:55am
post #13 of 48
Manni - I tried downloading those a few weeks ago but was having a tough time finding a player that worked, I thought VLC could handle it. I'll try quicktime next. This PC should definitely be able to handle it, it's a 3770K @ 4.0 Ghz + 32 GB ram.
post #14 of 48
Hi Jason,

It's not about the power, your htpc is powerful enough, it's the codec. They are Prores encoded files, so if the codec is not installed they won't play even with VLC. I can play them on my macbook pro, but I havent tried them on a pc with quicktime pro yet. The Mp4 versions should play fine though (they are more compressed of course, sonquality is not as good).
post #15 of 48
anybody find any other content for 4K? Come on, it's gotta be out there!
post #16 of 48
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Originally Posted by Manni01 View Post

Here you'll find very high quality UHD demo footage from a Red Epic 4K camera (if you can play 10 bits files in Prores, a Mac or a PC with Quicktime Pro is probably the best way). These are too high quality for standard players like TMT of PDVD, so these will choke / refuse to play them, but they are valid files and give a much better idea of what's in store for us when Bluray 4K will finally land. If you can't play Prores 10 bit, they are also available in MP4, but of course they are more compressed.

And yet TMT 6 on there homepage clearly says 4K support, Hmmmm...
They must mean support for 4K mastered discs which is still just 1080p converted from 4K..

http://www.arcsoft.com/totalmedia-theatre/
post #17 of 48
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Originally Posted by JeffR1 View Post

And yet TMT 6 on there homepage clearly says 4K support, Hmmmm...
They must mean support for 4K mastered discs which is still just 1080p converted from 4K..

http://www.arcsoft.com/totalmedia-theatre/

Both TMT 6.5 and PDVD 13 support consumer 4K, ie 4K 8 bits 420 clips from youtube or a gopro hero 3 for example. I think their limit is around 60mbps. The clips I listed are 10 or 12 bits 422 pro files from a Red camera with a much higher bitrate which is why they don't support them. They don't support the xvcolor of mastered in 4K movies yet (they can play them as standard blurays of course), but hopefully they will soon. And I'm sure they will support bluray 4K when these are released around the end of the year.
post #18 of 48

Still no more material? Has no one got there hands on the 4K material Samsung is giving away at their 4K TV's?

post #19 of 48
Quote:
Originally Posted by roxiedog13 View Post

This is what Zombie is using for a HTPC, 4K gaming, video and upscaling:

Originally Posted by zombie10k View Post

I've been using the Shuttle brand SFF (Small form factor) barebone's PC's for about 10 years now. I love this company, they make a great product with quality components in a reliable but compact chassis.

This particular PC I am using is the SZ77R5:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16856101129

This comes with the motherboard, CPU cooling system and a very good power supply. You just add the processor, memory and SSD drive. I am using the Core I7 3770K and 32 GB of ram.

The GPU is the Nvidia 780 GTX Ti .

This is way overkill, you can get away with less memory and definitely a less expensive GPU. This PC used to be VMWare server which explains the high specs. I wanted to see what 4K Gaming would look like @ 30 FPS and like the NVidia branded cards.

It's amazing that this small PC can power the 780 GTX Ti, but it handles it like a champ.

I'm going for this:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4888#ov

all you need is ssd+ram
it will play native 4k
post #20 of 48
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Originally Posted by 3dprojector View Post

I'm going for this:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4888#ov

all you need is ssd+ram
it will play native 4k

let us know when you get it, i'm curious how well the Intel Pro Graphics 5200 will handle 4K content vs. the standalone cards.
post #21 of 48
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Originally Posted by zombie10k View Post

let us know when you get it, i'm curious how well the Intel Pro Graphics 5200 will handle 4K content vs. the standalone cards.

sure,will let you know as soon as I get it,though it will take time as it's back-order+it take's time for shipping as I'm not in the US.
post #22 of 48
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Originally Posted by 3dprojector View Post

sure,will let you know as soon as I get it,though it will take time as it's back-order+it take's time for shipping as I'm not in the US.

OK,it took me time to get it+I was waiting for one of my friends who ordered a native 4k material (timescapes).
the u.tube play's fine with no problems,but the uncompressed 4k when played there is a clear video staggering from time to time,have no idea whither it's codec related or the graphics card?
but when playing it,you could easily hear the fan starting to be very noisy.
if you have any idea of converting it to a more friendly format without sacrificing the quality,please share it.
thanks
post #23 of 48
Quote:
Originally Posted by 3dprojector View Post

OK,it took me time to get it+I was waiting for one of my friends who ordered a native 4k material (timescapes).
the u.tube play's fine with no problems,but the uncompressed 4k when played there is a clear video staggering from time to time,have no idea whither it's codec related or the graphics card?
but when playing it,you could easily hear the fan starting to be very noisy.
if you have any idea of converting it to a more friendly format without sacrificing the quality,please share it.
thanks

Why not use a big passive fan? The fan is always the cheap ass part, redo that and enjoy all the eye candy smile.gif

Does your friend get the hdd with 4k?
post #24 of 48
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Originally Posted by Martinuz View Post

Why not use a big passive fan? The fan is always the cheap ass part, redo that and enjoy all the eye candy smile.gif

Does your friend get the hdd with 4k?
will see if a fan will suit that,as for my friend it's 330gb hard drive.
thanks
post #25 of 48
Guys, quite a bit of 4k content has popped up on YouTube as of late. Just search for "4k trailers" or "4k video" and you'll see what I mean.
post #26 of 48
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Originally Posted by R-o-c View Post

Erotica from the first 4K UHD Porno Site www.huccio.com

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3236260/INFERNOV3.zip
http://vimeo.com/78508363/download?t=1386226368&v=202194227&s=50827e7a984407cf4e9a18de7df8e5f8
http://vimeo.com/74749861/download?t=1386226427&v=190539974&s=0347e20ae2c94d675a96800a24a744c2

if you register for free you can see a 4K Hardcore Trailer in the Members Area.
www.Huccio.com official goes online @ 01.01.2014

All the videos are very keen on art, no cheap sleazy movies

I Think females will love it to watch,too



YouTube Links...the best Quality i found so far

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYQ8w7kxdDk&feature=player_detailpage
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyIAV5YVjA4&feature=player_detailpage
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=AI1N7oelEW0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJ534zRf3aw&feature=player_detailpage

You can download with "4K video downloader"

All videos you can play then Full Screen with VLC Media Player

Best regards from Europe/Germany

Who wants to watch porn in 4K?!?! 1080P was bad enough.... its like turning the lights on in the strip club when you see some of these "actors" in high-def biggrin.gif
post #27 of 48
To the best of my knowledge, AV Science forum operates as a safe no porn site so it won't get locked out on servers that don't allow porn. Be sure to remove any links to porn clips. I am serious. This caused big trouble with a rather innocent link to a 4K nude frontal clip of a woman. So please, delete any offending links..
Edited by mark haflich - 4/14/14 at 7:08pm
post #28 of 48
Performance of "March of the Pigs" from Nine Inch Nails on their tour in Australia captured in 4K and available in 4K from Youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVvAJhZVBTc
post #29 of 48
I didn't think any of the 4K material on YouTube would look good on the JVC, but I was surprised. The PQ was actually really good.
post #30 of 48

Guardians of the Galaxy trailer.

FYI: I use a Firefox plugin called Complete YouTube Saver. It allows you to save 4k YouTube streams right from Firefox, instead of having to use a separate program.
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