As prices of 4K Ultra High Definition TVs, which display four times the resolution of regular HDTVs, keep falling, the number of households who own a 4K Ultra HDTV keeps growing. It is predicted that 2 out of 3 households in the United States will own a 4K Ultra HDTV in 2019.
Because the ownership of 4K Ultra HDTVs continues to increase, new and repeat customers started asking me if I support 4K Ultra HD filming and editing. In this short article, I will briefly describe my 4K Ultra HD support and suggest how to watch 4K Ultra HD video clips on different platforms.
I currently own high-quality 4K Ultra HD cameras that allow me to film in 4K Ultra HD live concerts, recording sessions, documentaries, interviews, and corporate and special events. In addition, I have a very fast workstation (industry grade) as well as two (2) 4K Ultra HD computer monitors. I also have two (2) 4K Ultra HDTVs, in 43” and 55” sizes. I use Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro editing software that fully support editing in 4K Ultra HD. I also support Final Cut Pro X as well as legacy Final Cut Pro 7.
There are three ways to watch 4K Ultra HD video clips that I film: