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Old 06-14-2021, 06:43 PM   #121
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4K digital copy usually has more compression related digital artifacts in very bright and very dark scenes, and if saved to a computer they allow a 4 GB HD files usually. It also depends on whether you are using something like iTunes Movies or MoviesAnywhere which is not available in the UK. These yield 32 Mbps peak bitrate streams with HDR10 or with iTunes supporting DV also. Most streamlining services that are VoD providers that seem movie codes give 23 Mbps peak streams. SVOD streams can be lower towards movies they are playing so that they average 10-11 Mbps maybe 17/18 Mbps peak.

Sorry most content unless a judge orders content retracted doesn't disappear from digital stores. They just can't remove it unless they also compensate you also here in the states. If your trying to use the old ultraviolet argument you'll need to be a lot more current.

I own hundreds of DVDs, BD, 4K HD BD's, and stream many services using the last 2 Apple TV 4K models with HUD as a FYI. But I still prefer media above all else.
Thanks for the insights.

Btw, I own and maintain this spreadsheet https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

My collection stats:

4K collection: 400+
Blu-ray collection: 600+
MA collection: 575
iTunes collection: 1300 (approx.)
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