1) I agreeSpeaking as an old fart, it would not interest me at all.
If they asked me how they could improve my subscription, I'd say I want more films available and more films in 4k.
If they asked me about improvements to the service I'd say:
(1) A more complex pricing structure. I want 4k but I don't need extra users. There may be people who want more users but don't care about the quality.
(2) When on the home screen and it does the previews please lower the volume of the previews!
(3) They put a film on in 4k with Atmos (normally if it's new to Netflix) then six months later you fancy watching it again and it's in 1080 and 5.1. Keep them at the same level please.
Can't be that common if I've never seen it. Again do you have any example of Netflix own 4k DV content suddenly not being 4K DV..?Hi flashf1, it's quite common. I think it's to try and reduce bandwidth usage.
I wonder if they have a limit on how much 4k content at any one time that they set themselves? Streaming services are criticised for bandwidth usage aren't they.