What about this ebay.com/itm/153212352079Your ancient laptop will never output at 4k, so there is no point in running a 4k video there. You can use a tablet and mirror it to the tv.
I edited out the video link from your reply. He has been removed from the forum and if you come across anymore of his videos on here please report them so they can be removed also. That boy has some real problems for sure.Whats this about ? You threatened to burn down the building ? Man you’ve been all over the other social media sites saying things like this and want people to stand with you on this but this is not the way to go about things brother. You should handle it a smarter way just my opinion. Hope it all works out
Cool! good job being on top of this and your correct he has issues.I edited out the video link from your reply. He has been removed from the forum and if you come across anymore of his videos on here please report them so they can be removed also. That boy has some real problems for sure.
My ancient laptop can't manage it, what do people use for playback? Can a tv box connected to a 4k tv work? I thought this would be a common question.
I have a 4K monitor and graphics card. The results are impressive. I also have a 4K TV, so sometime I'll try the USB thing.If you don't even have a 4k capable TV or monitor don't even shoot in 4K. There is no need to burn up the memory. If you are later editing on a platform that can handle 4K and just want to add stabilization or add in zooms or pans then of course acquire your footage in 4K or 2K. It would be interesting to know how many people actually view their footage in true 4K. I'll bet there are very few. I certainly don't bother with it. I might at some point shoot in 4K for a specific project (haven't yet except just to see if it works) but not for just recording flights while playing around.