4K Scenery Video Download
This wheat (or barley) field video is filmed in 4K Ultra HD. Please select 2160p 4K if you are viewing the promo clip on a UHD screen. If you are viewing on smaller resolution screens please select 1080p HD.
Is this 4K Scenery Video Download a Wheat or Barley Field?
Firstly we would like to say we are not 100% sure if this is a wheat field, so you might actually be buying a barley video? We have asked for comments on YouTube to help clear up the confusion (most think Barley is correct). Nevertheless, this is a lovely setting for those who want to be whisked away to the countryside for a while.
There are various download options for Wheat Field video: 4K Ultra HD resolution for those with UHD TV and computer screens. Then the more common Full HD, 1080p resolution. The jump in price for the 4K version is due to our investment in new equipment and higher bandwidth costs. The 20 minute 4K scenery video is around 1.2GB- we recenty re-encoded our 4K videos using the latest codec to ensure amazing compression, whilst maintaining the superb quality. The Full HD version is just 1.1 GB (it needs to stay in the older codec to be compatible with older HDTVs.
Past Uscenes customers will be happy to hear that we have now upgraded our download speeds thanks to Amazon Web Services. This means secure, speedy download speeds which are especially important for those going for the 4K scenery video download.
Full HD Scenery Video Screensaver
There is also the option of a Full HD Windows screensaver version. This is just 3 minutes to save on computer resources. The screensaver loops by itself. If you buy the all versions option you will also receive a 4K version of this Windows nature screensaver.
How to watch this video
The MP4 video is designed to be looped on a media player; either in-built into your 4K SMART TV, or an external option. See our FAQ or Blog for options if you need advice on this. The 4K video will not play back smoothly on old computers and media players. If you have a 4K Ultra HD TV it will play just fine, but new computers are now all upgraded to play the much higher resolution videos.