A show here, a few dozen movies there: 4K fare is still sparse on streaming services. Next year, things may be different — if the industry doesn’t mess it up.
Resolution isn’t the only reason to adopt a 4K Ultra High Definition TV. Costs are coming down and the TVs offer plenty of other technological tweaks.
Netflix wants to become a major provider of 4K content next year. To prepare for that, it has already started to test 4K streaming.
The studios are all busily scanning their libraries in 4K in anticipation of a day when delivering 4K video to the home is a practical reality. But all those ultra-high def scans are creating are creating new problems for the studios in the meantime: where and how to store all that data,?