I am also interested in being ready for 4K.
I want to be "HARDWARE READY" for possibly the Next Best Thing.
I believe the following conditions must be met to be successful.
Media Signage must re-introduce the screen size option of approximately 3840 by 2160 pixels.
Our moderator mentioned that it was previously an option. And that it was to be reintroduced in early 2016. IS THAT STILL TRUE ?
It would appear that even the BEST standard players will have to work far too hard and create too much heat to run 4K on a constant 24 Hour/7 day a week schedule.
The player should be an Intel 7 Quad Core with Separate Video Processor (like Nvidia Processor with maybe 4 MB of its own Ram)
Does one then need a solid state hard drive (SSD) and is there separate FLASH RAM also needed to properly run the Media Signage Software.
This will be my first venture into Digital Signage. It will be primarily FAST MOVING VIDEO and it's going into a large store with lots of pedestrian traffic. I want it to be PERFECT with NO STUTTER. I think the Media Boxes offered are fabulous for 1080P productions, but can you suggest a alternate player for my purposes?
Perhaps other (which only runs at 60 frames per second, I would prefer 120 frames per second) or some other heavy, industrial player brand?
Thank you everyone for your thought on this subject