At VidCon 2010 conference today, YouTube announced compatibility for the type of video that you typically see on 25 foot IMAX screens.
Hunter Walk, YouTube's Director of Product Management, keynoted the VidCon 2010 Conference and had some interesting information regarding YouTube video.
YouTube will now support 4096 x 3072 video, otherwise known as 4K.
That's if your computer and Internet can handle the huge requirements to stream that kind of video using Adobe's Flash. Below a sample is embedded, four more can be found here.
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