1080p vs 4K continued

ask4me2

Active Member
Dunno but they're fairly accurate to what I see.

If you want to pop up a 1080p disc and 4K disc and then compare the YT comparison, they illustrate the colour grade differences very easily and its not exactly hard to do as a different grade is drastically different.
Not hard to see as you say the different grade is drastically different, but I do not think the ones that did the color grading of the movie is to blame.

Some of this discussion reminds me of one home theater geeks episode about HDR

 

kenshingintoki

Distinguished Member
Not hard to see as you say the different grade is drastically different, but I do not think the ones that did the color grading of the movie is to blame.

Some of this discussion reminds me of one home theater geeks episode about HDR



Yeah, I think we're just in a difficult time period/transition. HDR has definitely thrown in more hiccups than solutions for a very interesting but evolving format.
 

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