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Netflix streaming pal eyeIO brings more pixels with 4K, 10-bit StudioRes video

Discussion in 'Internet Streaming Services' started by Athlon646464, Dec 21, 2012.

  1. Athlon646464

    Athlon646464 Gold Members DBSTalk Gold Club

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    Netflix streaming pal eyeIO brings more pixels with 4K, 10-bit StudioRes video

    Excerpt:

    "Remember eyeIO? Its software took over the encoding chores for Netflix awhile back, reducing the required bandwidth enough that it no longer needed the "X-High" option for 1080p video. Now, the company has launched its second-generation of that technology with a new StudioRes option that'll stuff 4k, 10-bit, 4:2:2 video onto the latest UltraHD screens like Sony's $25k 84-inch XBR model."

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  2. dcbag

    dcbag Mentor

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    So what does this really mean to the average user like me? Does that mean I can get an HD picture with a lower download speed?
     
  3. dcbag

    dcbag Mentor

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    Well I guess no one knows the answer or cares one way or the other to answer.
     

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