Is netflix 1080p?

#21MRL3G3NDPosted 12/11/2013 8:34:37 AM
RyuuHou25 posted...
MRL3G3ND posted...
Marqmax posted...
Its getting really sad around here that's for sure. The trolls aren't even funny anymore. Like literally its all inane lame played out garbage with these guys.


this is a valid concern, can you please remove your fanboyness out of this topic.

The one thing worse than a troll is an anti troll fanboy who answers the call when there was none...

I watch Netflix all the time, I haven't seen any 3D or super HD content on my XB1

sheesh, I even got the achievement for watching 5 episodes in a row lol


Netflix has no control over MS locking the app behind their paywall. So your earlier complaint has no merit.

Super HD is likely a test market type of thing they rolled out to random users, like they do with various different things they test out, such as My List and what not. I've had My List ever since I signed up a few years ago, and yet tons of people I know still don't have it.


did you even read the article?

I bet they don't want Super HD on xbox because 1080p is the only edge xbox video has over Netflix

smh

and no 720p HD upscaled looks like crap on a 65" tv
I've held back watching a few movies (thor, captain America) because I didn't want to see the crappy version...

720p is so 2005
makes me laugh when people say 4k
they barely have content available for 1080p and 3D
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#22degen2011Posted 12/11/2013 8:43:14 AM
So the ps3 could handle 1080p super hd Netflix but the Xbox One can't? Oh man Microsoft is in deep doo doo :(
#23wolverinerob79Posted 12/11/2013 10:22:18 AM
Exodus_Prime posted...
When I drive, my windshield is native 1080p.


Hopefully not. A normal eye is figured to have equivalent pixel count of 100,000,000 points. At a 16:9 ratio (which your eye isn't, but oh well), that'd be 7500p. If your eye only has 1080p, you probably need glasses.
#24skermacPosted 12/11/2013 7:00:07 PM
wolverinerob79 posted...
Exodus_Prime posted...
When I drive, my windshield is native 1080p.


Hopefully not. A normal eye is figured to have equivalent pixel count of 100,000,000 points. At a 16:9 ratio (which your eye isn't, but oh well), that'd be 7500p. If your eye only has 1080p, you probably need glasses.


The human eye is more than 4k
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