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  • Riley Kitchenka
    Riley Kitchenka  12 hours back

    You should make an aliasing video.

    • EndOfLineTech
      EndOfLineTech  17 hours back

      OMG I NEED AN 8K 13” laptop screen!!!! I can tell the difference

      • Barneby O'Connell
        Barneby O'Connell  19 hours back

        I did not expect to be entertained by an education on resolution. Thank you for surprising me. You have another subscriber.

        • Borislav Kosturski
          Borislav Kosturski  20 hours back

          i know you are live but i...

          • GoOd mEMe BrO
            GoOd mEMe BrO  2 days back

            android users be like 0:00

            • JAGC
              JAGC  2 days back

              If only youtube didn't compress 1080p to shit.

              • Jolly Animz
                Jolly Animz  2 days back

                0:05 aliens at area 51 be like

                • Wusbe -
                  Wusbe -  3 days back

                  would be cool if this video was 4k

                  • Max Masters
                    Max Masters  3 days back

                    I have a video in particular that I have to know weather it is real or fake. Can you help me out CD? The video title is this: “ANGEL SUPERHUMAN Teleportation caught on CCTV in China?” I would love to see you debunk this one. That is, if it’s even fake to begin with.

                    • Dean C
                      Dean C  3 days back

                      Ah, yes... the 2 kinds of film. Lazy town and the Muppet show

                      • Joseph Poole
                        Joseph Poole  3 days back

                        Maybe I am alone with really good eyes, but I actually can't stand the digital IMAX because I can see the pixels... I refuse to go to them and specifically look for non digital IMAX. Further, my 27" monitor I just got a high refresh QHD (2560x1440) but it feels quite pixelated compared to my older UHD (3840x2160) monitor. Looking at a 24" FHD (1920x1080) monitor now feels absolutely horrible to me, especially reading text. So for some people the extra pixels do feel great.

                        • Cobalt Jester
                          Cobalt Jester  4 days back

                          I will also add to my previous comment. The eye can only see in about 6mega pixels. The difference is those pixel we see are highly dense in a small amount of visual space.

                          • Cobalt Jester
                            Cobalt Jester  4 days back

                            It's all a pointless waste of cash... I have my computer hooked up to a 65 inch 4K tv. There's barely any noticeable difference between watching in 1080 and 4k. Certainly not enough to justify the price difference. I was lucky, I got my TV for free. But knowing how little difference it makes I'm glad I didn't pay for it. Sure it might make a difference if you're some professional, just in the same way that FLAC is better than MP3 to audiophiles... But you're not, you're an average user so picture quality on a cheaper larger TV (for the money) will just look the same. Just as the MP3's you listen to on your $10 player and $5 headphones will sound exactly the same as a FLAC file....

                            • A Very Long Straw
                              A Very Long Straw  4 days back

                              720x576 is fine

                              • nizcomix
                                nizcomix  5 days back

                                i forgot what do love with.. and how do I do everything else? anyone mind reminding me?

                                • Zerdy X
                                  Zerdy X  5 days back

                                  No mention of pixel density?

                                  • ThatGuy Man
                                    ThatGuy Man  6 days back

                                    But from the other video I thought aspect ratio determined the size...

                                    • Deathbrewer
                                      Deathbrewer  6 days back

                                      5:10 Yea, but the problem is YouTube's compression algorithm *does not* allow high enough bitrate on their 1080p option for proper quality, especially in fine detail/high motion scenes. This alone is why I click 1440p or 4K option on any video that has the option, even if I'm only watching on my 1080p screen -- just for the increased bitrate. You notice the difference, especially in gameplay videos or the Slow Mo guys footage when there's a TON of stuff going on on-screen at once.

                                      • Randan Wu
                                        Randan Wu  6 days back


                                        • Mass Debater
                                          Mass Debater  1 weeks back

                                          I'm watching in 8k and I can tell you it doesn't do you any favours

                                          • Aadam Dalvi
                                            Aadam Dalvi  1 weeks back

                                            captain resolution

                                            • ToastedWaffless
                                              ToastedWaffless  2 weeks back

                                              People is 2060:

                                              AM I A JOKE TO YOU

                                              • Lord royal
                                                Lord royal  2 weeks back

                                                I like the part with grabe

                                                • Will Lectar
                                                  Will Lectar  2 weeks back

                                                  The fact that he has to paint that makeup on for every video impresses me

                                                  • MC_Bot
                                                    MC_Bot  3 weeks back

                                                    apparently what were being taught to do is to dink thifferent, and im not so sure about what to do with that information

                                                    • Nostger Grrrssddc
                                                      Nostger Grrrssddc  3 weeks back

                                                      Yes! I definitely need 8k and 16k resolution.

                                                      Not to look at film, no. Text, man, text! Screens aren't for showing _movies_, they are for displaying text.

                                                      I _suppose_ you can use them for watching movies, but that's a tertiary use. Like how you can use phones for making phonecalls.

                                                      • Riley Kitchenka
                                                        Riley Kitchenka  3 weeks back

                                                        I have 4k in my room, but for photographic editing, where DPI really matters (especially because some raw rendering software only processes certain effects at 100% zoom, I and shoot at 24.2MP RAW). And that still isn't 8k. There is a limit to how much resolution you really need, I agree. Besides, why bother with 4k screens when most people don't ever calibrate them and the colour is garbage?

                                                        • Marty Schrader
                                                          Marty Schrader  3 weeks back

                                                          Bring your family in on more pieces. They're much easier on the eyes than you are.

                                                          • Daniel Kufer
                                                            Daniel Kufer  3 weeks back

                                                            4:51 "and the fact remains that even the latest state-of-the-art IMAX laser digital projection systems designed for screens the size of buildings are not 8K". I have complex thoughts on this. TL;DR you can probably see the pixels in 2k, maybe 4k too on a screen that big.

                                                            The "screens the size of buildings'" were designed for IMAX 70mm film ( 3:32 ). It is equivalent to 12k or 18k, depending on if you believe the Internet estimates or the marketing, respectively. IMAX Xenon projectors often come in pairs of 2k, using sub-pixel offset to make a perceived resolution of 2.9k. I believe on a screen that big, 2k would be obvious and 4k slightly less, judging by sitting closely to my 1080p laptop screen. Maybe IMAX chose 2k and 4k because many digital movies are mastered in that resolution. And maybe 8k would be past the point of diminishing returns. I should go into an electronics store and sit close to an 8k TV sometime to see how close I need ot be to see the pixels

                                                            • ZeOverman
                                                              ZeOverman  3 weeks back

                                                              "Do you really think you will ever need it in your room? When even a humble well litten sharply focused 1920 by 1080 video such as this would look flawless projected on a regular movie theater screen?"
                                                              He says while I'm looking at the terrible saw tooth effect at the border of the black stripes and yellow canvas on his shirt...
                                                              No... it wouldn't look flawless..

                                                            • sign543
                                                              sign543  3 weeks back

                                                              Oh! I just got some useful information! Now I understand why some old television shows look like crap...while others look great. The shows that had the foresight to capture on film...still look good today. I’m guessing that that is the reason why some 1970s films look like crap, even though 1960s films look crystal clear: capturing on magnetic tape?

                                                              • sign543
                                                                sign543  3 weeks back

                                                                Wow this is complex and confusing. All of those different formats, ratios, pixels, short-cut names....1080p, SD, HD, 2K, 4K...I have no idea what it all means. I do in a general way, but when I go to record a video on the latest iPhone, and I look at the choices of output...I have no idea what the different choices mean or why one is better than the other (except higher quality is generally better). It seems you’d need to study just this for a significant amount of time just to understand it to the degree that you could either explain it to somebody else or use the knowledge in some way.

                                                                • gameingwith hyperLT
                                                                  gameingwith hyperLT  4 weeks back

                                                                  i almost always use 480p

                                                                  • British Buffoons
                                                                    British Buffoons  4 weeks back

                                                                    Can we just appreciate 0:03?

                                                                    • Jonny McDobbsy
                                                                      Jonny McDobbsy  4 weeks back

                                                                      Switched to 1080p at 3:57. Makes sense in context. Smooth, man. Smooth.

                                                                      • DouglAsshat
                                                                        DouglAsshat  4 weeks back

                                                                        I seem to remember reading, several years ago, that in the case of Sound of Music and a couple other films, that the size, quality, and care in preservation of the original film elements meant that the maximum theoretical digital resolution that could be created was far beyond what we'll ever see.

                                                                        • Pupin' Tong
                                                                          Pupin' Tong  4 weeks back

                                                                          I thought i was watching pediepie

                                                                          • Shadowblade
                                                                            Shadowblade  4 weeks back

                                                                            Proof that my sense of humor has become so warped, I laughed for like 30 seconds the moment the intro played, just the muffled, staticy noise and horrible resolution killed me

                                                                            • Charging inprogress
                                                                              Charging inprogress  4 weeks back

                                                                              Maybe it's because I am from Europe but all my DVDs are 720x576 (360x576 in "half quality")

                                                                            • mjr2015
                                                                              mjr2015  4 weeks back

                                                                              why does his videos cut out while he is still talking. confusing for a new viewer

                                                                              • Azophi
                                                                                Azophi  4 weeks back

                                                                                When your internet is so bad you're always watching in 144p

                                                                                • Borys Barski
                                                                                  Borys Barski  1 months back

                                                                                  boy i use 576i

                                                                                  • PixelMiners
                                                                                    PixelMiners  1 months back

                                                                                    CD | Dink Thifferent

                                                                                    • Chris Anthony
                                                                                      Chris Anthony  1 months back


                                                                                      • Strazdas
                                                                                        Strazdas  1 months back

                                                                                        watching 4k youtube video on 1080p screen just means natural antialiasing. You should force youtube to do that.

                                                                                        • Strazdas
                                                                                          Strazdas  1 months back

                                                                                          The main problem with digital pixelization was a shitty cartel agreement between TV manufacturers. The CRT screens already could do above 1080p screens but then HD formats took a dive, including the redefinition of HD to include 720p somehow.

                                                                                          • ATVER Gaming
                                                                                            ATVER Gaming  1 months back

                                                                                            My monitor:8K
                                                                                            My GPU:5K

                                                                                            • Steven Gleave
                                                                                              Steven Gleave  1 months back

                                                                                              Looking thick Captain D