- Fox Sports announced in December that it will stream Super Bowl LIV in 4K resolution for the first time on media streamers like Roku, Apple TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
- But there’s a catch — it’s not true 4K, it’s upscaled 4K.
- Upscaling is when a lower-resolution video is artificially enhanced to a higher resolution. It often produces good results, but it’s typically still not as good as a video that’s natively produced at a higher resolution.
- Those who have watched previous Super Bowls on their 4K TVs may not even notice a difference, as most 4K TVs automatically upscale lower-resolution video to read more >>>