Category Archives: 4K Share

4K: What You Need to Know

"4K" is a format, a resolution, and a marketing term that implies a whole host of features. "4K" is also part of a new console war, the hottest thing in TVs, and the bane of your monthly internet data cap. This time, we are going to talk about the definition of 4K and its superiority.

Upload 4K videos and movies to Dropbox

Category : 4K Share

DropBox is a cloud storage service provided by DropBox Inc. And anything like movies and music you save to your computer can be saved to your DropBox, then you can always access your files from Dropbox even if you are offline. Have some personal 4K video downloaded from YouTube or shot with your 4K camera

Upload 4K Video from iOS to YouTube on Mac

Category : 4K Share

The iPhone 6S/6S Plus/7/7 Plus and the iPad Pro have the ability to shoot video at a 4K resolution video with 4x times more pixels than a normal Full HD video. After the recording, you can either upload the 4K video with the iOS YouTube uploader directly from your iOS devices or transfer the 4K

YouTube XAVC support- Add XAVC files to Websites

Category : 4K Share , XAVC

Together with the worldwide applications for the expert HDTV market place, Sony has not too long ago applied enhancements to XAVC video format to enable the expansion of 4K content in to the customer market. So far, it has caused substantially concerned around the globe. We can see some people talking heatedly on the web,

Can I upload Red One 4K R3D Video to YouTube?

Category : 4K Cameras , 4K Formats , 4K Share

Red One is the first 4K digital cinema camera from RED Digital Cinema. Since its arrival, it has established a pedigree of Oscar winning films, 3D features, and even magazine covers that have solidified its reputation as a reliable workhorse. After recording 4K footage as REDCODE RAW (.r3d) files with RED ONE cameras, don’t just

YouTube Support 4k files from DJI Phantom 3 (Standard/Advanced/Professional)?

Category : 4K Formats , 4K Share

The Phantom 3 from DJI comes with a camera and gimbal (stabilizer) built-in by default. The “Vision” branding has been replaced by “Professional” and “Advanced” to identify which camera you’ll be getting: 4K(30fps)/12-megapixel and 1080p(up to 60fps)/12-megapixel respectively. If you recorded some 4K videos by DJI Phantom 3, you may like upload that raw 4K