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How to Convert Videos to 4K or UHD in 2017


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Title: How to Convert Videos to 4K or UHD in 2017

  • How to Convert Videos to 4K or UHD in 2017
  • Summary This article gives an introduction to 4K
    UHD, lists three best 4K video converter, and
    shows you how to convert video to 4K.
  • Let us first take a glimpse at the two
    standards that has become popularized just last
    year, that is, 2016 with the advent of
    high-resolution TV screens, and smart phones that
    can record high definition videos and so on.
    There are two interchangeably used file formats
    called 4K and UHD. These are different based on
    the area of usage. The 4K is a video production
    standard used in the cinema industry but the UHD
    is more of a consumer display standard used by TV
    and screen manufacturers. The most profound
    display of these abbreviations is during the
    Black Friday sale. However, it is also possible
    to take your videos that are not of so high
    definition and convert video to 4K UHD, after
    they have been shot. It does not mean that it is
    same as the original one, but it can be
    comparatively better for large screen viewing
    than a low-resolution video.

  • The 4K roughly means around 4000 pixels
    across your screen. The currently used
    computer/laptop screens are mostly 1366x768 on 14
    and 15.6-inch screens, the smart phones offer
    1080p recording and so on and so forth. The 4K or
    UHD packs even twice as much as a 1080p screen,
    roughly in every inch of your screen. This
    increases the detail and makes the pixelation
    disappear to the human eye. Here we shall talk
    about some ways to convert video to 4K UHD using
  • It must also be noted that not every
    software or media player is capable of playing
    neither such high-resolution videos nor every
    screen supports display of them. It is therefore
    used only for very large screens like 51-inch
    monitors and so on. The software also used for
    them are ones that make use of CPU and GPU for
    video processing for real-time media playback.
  • Fonepaw Video Converter
  • The video converters are mostly useful
    since there is a lack of 4K UHD content on the
    internet or a 4K stream of House of Cards on
    Netflix. So, it can be used to convert other
    videos and watch them on your new TV from Samsung
    or Panasonic. There are a few that have good
    models in the market with that high resolution
    actually. There may be some very high-end models
    from Sony as well as an Xperia range of smart
    phones. Nevertheless, Fonepaw Video Converter
    Ultimate is available for both Windows and Mac.
    It is free for trial and can convert video to 4K
    UHD in 3 simple steps.

  • First, add the media files, second, choose the
    output resolution, e.g. 4K here and, then hit
    Convert button. It also has an added feature to
    download videos from online platforms like
    Facebook, YouTube, and BBC and so on. It is
    inbuilt so that you can directly download the
    converted video in 4K format. This is a good,
    generous addition to a converter that is usually
    missing. Then, there is not just a single option
    for 4K UHD video, but a plethora of options under
    the 4K output settings drop down menu. For
    example, it has 4K H.264, 4K H.265, AVI, and MPEG
    separately and much more. In addition, you can
    also choose brands like YouTube 4K HD format
    directly and so on. In addition, the Fonepaw
    Video Converter can also help you decode and
    compress 4K video file size obtained from
    elsewhere and store it in lesser hard disc space
    on your laptop.

  • DVDFab Video Converter - Professional 4K
  • It is often recommended not to convert
    SD or HD videos or 640x480 resolution videos to
    4K since it will greatly reduce the quality after
    the conversion. It will obviously have 4000k
    pixels, but there will not be enough detail as it
    was not there in the original video itself.
    DVDFab Video Converter another great software
    that not just allows similar features as the one
    above, but additionally has a lot of power
    beneath its hood. First, it allows complete
    compatibility with Intel processors to make use
    of multi-core power and multi-threading to do
    parallel processing. Its not just allows smooth,
    lag-free playback of the 4K media, but also
    allows quicker to convert video to 4K UHD than
    others without. The next thing about further
    improving the performance is using GPU hardware
    acceleration that allows the program to process
    the video on the GPU of the laptop or computer to
    enhance the speed of conversion as well as
    playback. DVDFab Video Converter allows a free
    trial of the software and is quite a useful tool
    too. You can choose between MKV.4K and MP4.4K as
    output for conversion.

  • Furthermore, it allows editing videos in
    real-time, which is possible due to the
    above-mentioned improvements in processing data.
  • Wondershare Video Converter Pro
  • There are many others that also do the
    same thing with little differences. One of them
    is Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate. It also
    features very similar features as the above. It
    also allows both to convert video to 4K UHD and
    also, to compress them to 1080p, 720p or 480p.
    This allows to convert video to 4K UHD, and also
    to 4K MOV, 4K WMV, and 4 K AVI and so on. Its
    Converter Factory Pro supports multi-threading as
    well as hyper threading to speed up the process
    which uses the latest CPU cores to increase
    performance. This is quite important to deal with
    the time required to decode and encode such
    high-resolution frames from a video file.

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