4K video resolution

#1

@LTS_Tom

I watched Our YouTube Gear / Studio Tour (12 Dec 2018) today.

Have you considered moving the video resolution up a notch to either 1440p or 4K resolution for the published videos on YouTube?

#2

4K would require buying more equipment and I don’t see the benefit it would create. I don’t look better in 4K :slight_smile:

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#3

4K would require buying more equipment and I don’t see the benefit it
would create. I don’t look better in 4K :slight_smile:

IF you have the chance in the future to acquire and use 4K equipment for
filming videos and livestreams to the channel(s). I will greatly look
forward to that day.

nb: I run 4K monitors. Why I think it makes a difference for a small
part of the audience.
But you are right. Unless needed. I follow why you think it does not
make sense at the moment.
Equipment can still be expensive for 4K video production, compared to
standard FullHD equipment. (Idea for a video here on this subject?)

#4

Reallly good 720p content can look better then 2160p content.
There is more to it then just resolution.

Altough I am not running 1080p monitors anymore I am stuck at various 1440p monitors. (21:9 and 16:9)

I did upgrade to a higher spec GoPro Hero with usable 4k modes and the content looks great.
Because of better out of the box stabilization you get great footage on a motorcycle.
To fully enjoy this content I do have to go to 4k TV in the living room though. :expressionless:

Anyway: I do no think Tom’s YouTube channel is in need of more pixels to get better content. :star_struck:

#5

I watch with raspberry pi and I am fine with current setup.

Most people still do not have 4K and I do not think it worth the effort.

Even if people had 4K monitors the content Lawrence Systems creates would not benefit much from the change.

Just my opinion.

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