Ultra High Definition Television, otherwise known as 4K video, is video that has a resolution of approximately 4,000 pixels. 4K video is 8 megapixels (3840×2160) and has four times as many pixels as standard HD video (1920×1080) which is 2.1 megapixels. This extreme increase in quality has resulted in many video enthusiasts buying 4K UltraHD TVs, and others searching for 4K video streams on the web.
Streaming 4K video is not very efficient—there aren’t many services that support 4K yet, and the services that do support 4K video are costly and use high amounts of bandwidth. Buying 4K UltraHD TVs is extremely costly as the prices are not economically feasible for consumers at this time. YouTube has many videos in 4K UltraHD quality, but the site does not offer users the ability to download and convert YouTube videos. There are many YouTube video downloaders on the market, but most of them do not work or do not offer many features. One that stands out from the rest is the 4K Video Downloader. The site claims that it is “Just a video downloader, as simple as that,” but if you scroll down to the features, you will see that it is actually much, much more than that.
The interface is simple and easy-to-use, but it still has enough options to make this the ...