December 11, 2013
A Weblog by Bradley Cain
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YouTube is now offering a “Watch in HD” option for videos that were originally uploaded from an HD source.
Previously, the link read “Watch in High Quality” which really wasn’t HD quality.
As we reported earlier, YouTube recently switched from a 4:3 aspect ratio to a 16:9 aspect ratio which brought the widescreen video format necessary to support High Definition video.
Without further adieu…
Enjoy Blatant Mockery‘s “Sideshow” in HD.
It really looks great!
The comparison shots above don’t do it any justice.
Hit up the link and please rate and comment on YouTube!!
- Sideshow Outtakes: Part 1
- Sideshow Outtakes: Part 3
- Sideshow Outtakes Teaser Trailer
- Sideshow Outtakes: Part 2
- Burn Things with a Flashlight and Graffiti in 3D Space
- Marriage Equality
- OFFICIAL: Google Fiber Coming To Kansas City, Missouri
- Google Cr-48 Unboxing
- Custom Background Images Now Live On Your Google Homepage
- 22 Minutes Of The Technology Behind Avatar = Geekgasm
- Google Nexus One Unboxing
- 1986 Worlds Of Fun Theme Park Map Takes Me Back
- Blatant Mockery Productions Present: “GLOW” (NSFW)
- A 90 Second Look At The Fringe Season Two Premiere Tomorrow On Fox!
- Google’s Unexplained UFO Theme Continues With Latest Doodle