4K Waterfall Video Download
4K Waterfall Video is a re-shoot of a video which we filmed 2 years ago in HD. This time you can choose a slightly different angle and 4 times the resolution- Ultra HD 4K. Preview the clip below and be sure to select 2160 4k for the highest quality. This waterfall video can be downloaded in a variety of formats, all of which are free from branding of any kind.
This is Mae Ya Waterfall in northern Thailand. The scene is literally breath taking as hundreds of waterfalls combine to create one mammoth wall of waterfalls. It really is a sight to behold. The waterfalls are located in Doi Inthanon National park, around an hour south of Chiang Mai.
Compared to the previous video, this one was shot earlier in the day and it was sunny. We managed to get further down onto a large rock to capture more of the top of the waterfall. The video is a continuous 20 minute recording. The MP4 videos are intended to be used as manual TV screensavers, where you press the Repeat button to loop them as long as you like on your TV.
What is the 4K waterfall video download option for Windows PC monitors?
There are also Windows computer screensaver versions, which loop by themselves every 3 minutes. You can choose 4K Ultra HD or Full HD. The audio is 5.1 surround sound and you can alter the volume independently of your computer’s main volume. The screensaver options also let you set a screenshot as a desktop wallpaper if you like.
4K Waterfall Video Loop MP4 for all size Ultra HD 4K TV screens
The 4K MP4 waterfall video loop is encoded in the latest video codec HEVC (H.265). This means the file size isn’t much bigger than the Full HD version, even though it is 4 times the quality and size. Loop the 20 minute video loop by adding the video file to a USB flash drive. Then plug and play on your SMART TV and select the Repeat option. This way you can have it looping seamlessly as long as you would like. The camera stays still so you probably won’t even notice the loop point.
The Full HD version is for HD TVs which were made before the new codec was released, so it uses the previous video code called H.264. The HD version has been down-scaled to squeeze in 4 times the detail, making it sharper than a video filmed in HD. This is just one nature video download by Uscenes, we have over 150 more.
Lucy Alabama –
I knocked a star off because I think with this one it is hard to see the size of the waterfall unless you are on a very big TV. I din’t really get it when I had a small TV, but we updated to a big Samsung last year (might be 65″?) and it is really really impressive. Love all the mini waterfalls – 5 stars for big TVs, 3 stars for small TVs, so I gave it 4 stars overall.
Angela Philips –
Magnificent. Looks awesome on our big TV.