UltraFlix Adds 7 Hollywood Classics To 4K Library

4K streaming service beefs up for CES
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San Jose, Calif – NanoTech Entertainment, which operates native 4K Ultra HD video-streaming service UltraFlix, announced this week the addition of seven classic movie titles to its expanding content library.

The transactional video-on-demand 4K network is available as a featured app on 2014 Samsung and Vizio 4K UHD TVs.

Recent additions to the movie library this week include: “Rocky,” “Fargo,” the original “Robocop,” “Tekken: Kauya’s Revenge 2,” spaghetti western great “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly,” “A Magic Christmas” and “The World’s Fastest Indian.”

UltraFlix provides one-click access to more than 500 hours of 4K Ultra HD PPV movies, concerts, TV shows and special events, including 100 hours of free content.

Content is provided in 3,840 by 2,160 resolution and is compressed using the HEVC standards.

UltraFlix will be at the 2015 International CES at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Central Hall booth 15423, Jan. 6-9.


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