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  1. Top 15 animated shows of all time

    Spider-Man The Animated Series (1994) Batman Beyond Justice League TMNT 2003 Avatar: The Last Airbender Legend of Korra TRON Uprising Spider-Man is definitely my favorite. The rest is in no particular order.
  2. @zeondx Yeah your right at this point its much more convenient to just buy a uHD player. The Xbox One can play uHD BR movies. PS4 Pro does not support uHD BR but it can play games in uHD. If it's native 4k or upscaled depends on the developer. The devs of Rise of the Tomb Raider did this really wel I think. You can choose between 3 different options to use the extra graphics power of the PS4 Pro: 1. Play the game at 4k resolution 30fps 2. Play the game at 1080p at 60fps 3. Play the game at 1080p at 30fps with more impressive graphics I do not own a PS4 myself, so I don't know if 4k is actually 4k or if the 60fps is solid. But I do like the idea of the developer giving you options to choose what you prefer the most (I personally would choose 60 fps anytime )
  3. @DJHulpYeah I'm following the Redfox forum for some time now, hoping on some news for ultra-hd support. We probably won't know anything for sure until those people get their hands on the Pioneer Player. I know one thing. I won't upgrade my pc for uhd blu-ray until Redfox (or another company?) has a solution to play my own bought uhd-blu-rays without all of these ridiculous restrictions .
  4. @DJHulp Hmm interesting. As far as I know you can watch 4k Netflix on pc. But it I read an article on theverge that it at least required the skylake processors because of the 10 bit hevc codec support and the HDCP 2.2 support, which the 4770K doesn't have I believe. Do you know if this has changed since the announcement (was in november or december I believe)? Or am I just getting some stuff messed up? At the very least thanks to the new processors and motherboards we can enjoy Netflix 4K content with HDR (which is way more important than the extra resolution IMO).
  5. @zeondx Unfortunately, probably yes. As far as I understand it this is what we need for 4k on pc's: - Motherboard with HDMI 2.0a (which even the newest graphics cards don't have I think), and support for HDCP 2.2 - Intel processor with 630 Graphics (so at least an i5 CPU) - And of course a display with HDMI 2.0a So unless you have a motherboard that already has 2.0a you definitely need a new one. It would be so much easier and cheaper if the graphics cards from AMD/NVidia support this. Than you just have to buy a new graphics card. Now you have to buy an entire new computer basically.
  6. I'm very exited for the new intel processors. Especially because their (supposed to) make watching 4k material from Netflix and eventually 4k blu-ray possible on pc. It is crazy though when you think about it. You need an entirely new processor just to handle the new encryption (aacs 2.0) .
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