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  1. #1 How are you watching your 4K footage on a 4K UHD TV 
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    just wondering how people are watching their 4k footage on 4K UHD TV's.
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    I'm using Mac's 5k cinema display. Pure gold. Looking forward to when we author and burn our own 4K Blu-Ray's. Probably be a year or two if ever.
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    I upload to Vimeo
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    Vimeo or off a flash drive
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    Media server via Local area network via Ethernet or flash drive in a pinch. Had speed trouble my Synology NAS, stuttered playback. Setup a server on a MacMini. All good now.
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    What codec do you use to play back from a drive?
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    I still use my REDRAY on a Sony LCD.
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    flash drive encoded with handbrake or decklink 4K
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    Use x265 and encode the content and playback on a USB drive. You will need to much into a TS (tsmuxer) or MP4 (MP4 box) encode some audio, even if just silence. If not, the display will complain about missing audio.
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    BM Decklink Mini Monitor 4K (HDMI 2.0) out to a BenQ SW320 from Resolve
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