NotInvisible wrote: ↑
Tue 11 Feb 2020, 10:32 pm
alig wrote: ↑
Tue 11 Feb 2020, 7:34 pm
Not massive, tiny difference esp. in dark imagery.
Absolutely massive, actually, to the point that Hollywood studios still aren't set up for a native 4K color pipeline because the delta in color gamut is so huge compared to 2K P3 theatrical colorspace and HD home video specs like rec709. This is why most current HDR passes are post processes.
You have no idea what you're talking about.
I've done a lot of video restoration work, and working with 1080p, and 4K are completely different.
Yes, technically there are a lot of differences. Thats the point.
The only problem is most people won't know what the difference is or care. Very few people
have 4K bluray players. Most people don't even have 4K tv's that are big enough to show the
Finally, setting up the colors properly is a whole other story, and issue to deal with.
Unless, you're a hardcore video or film person, there is no real difference with 4k and 1080p to casual viewers.