Posted November 13, 2019 05:30:59 Texas has made the jump to 4K streaming, and the results are pretty incredible.
The Texas Speed 4K video above from the Dallas Mavericks is one of the best examples of that.
As the video begins, it’s all very fluid and easy to follow, and it’s definitely not going to make your head spin.
The best part is that the 4K version of the show, Texas Speed, doesn’t look nearly as bad as the 1080p version, but it still looks very nice.
It’s also a nice bit of high definition in the background, which is a nice touch.
Texas Speed also gets a great performance boost from the Texas Tech University campus in Austin.
It is a really impressive shot, with the entire city on the edge of the frame.
As we mentioned above, this is a big deal.
As far as 4K is concerned, the Mavericks and the Longhorns both have a chance at being one of just a handful of NFL teams to make the leap.
I think this is another step in the right direction for Texas, as the Longhorn network has the most recent NFL broadcast in its library.
Hopefully the network continues to grow and expands its 4K capabilities in the future.
We’ll have to wait and see how this plays out.
The next big move in the world of 4K comes from the Brazilian government.
The Brazilian government announced today that it will be giving away $200 million worth of 4,560 megapixel cameras for every citizen.
This will be the biggest ever giveaway in the history of Brazilian media.
The government announced the giveaway as part of its ongoing push to bring more Brazilians into the digital age.
Brazil has the largest 4K population outside of the United States, with about 80 million residents.
It has already announced that it plans to offer 4K TV service starting in 2018.
There are also plans to build new 4K networks in Brazil and other parts of the world, and this is the first step in that direction.
The Brazilians who receive the cameras will have a new way to experience the world in 4K.
As soon as these cameras go into service, they’ll become a valuable asset for Brazilian citizens.
That’s a big win for the country, which already has the highest number of people with 4K televisions in the World.