October 5, 2012, 03:27 PM
If you've seen Avatar 3D, The Dark Knight Rises or Moneyball, then you've experienced 4K in action. More and more films are shot or mastered in 4K — or up-converted from 2K — as studios put dedicated 4K resolution efforts in motion. With a promise to deliver fans vast, perfectly crisp content, 4K is spawning demand among consumer markets and forcing the post production industry to keep pace, especially when it comes to storage and content management.
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