Can you please confirm the process to ensure viewing of live 4K sports coverage? It seems on the channel itself the lower resolution stream is provided and you must instead go through the on-demand menu (say "4K" into the mic) to stream the live 4K content of Premier League games. Will this process be the same in the future or will there be a live feed 4K channel to tune into for sports on Fox/FS1 and NBCSN?
I also saw news of Thursday night NFL football games and MLB ALCS being broadcast in 4K. Will these be available on Xfinity through this same process or a live FOX 4K channel?
I have a XG1V4 so I guess I'm good to go.
You have to have configured the display connection to the highest resolution to get any 4k content - the box won't switch resolution on its own except for HDR. You can check Amazon/Netflix/Youtube or the few free on demand 4k movies to make sure your settings and HDMI cable are working.
I don't understand this. This morning I did a 4K search and it listed tonights baseball game on FS1 as 4K but it said internet. When I checked the guide it only said HD.
They aren't in the guide or on a normal channel. Go to the sports section and find the duplicate entries - one will be the 4k internet feed, one the normal channel. It might help to say 4k to the remote but if you know the game you should see the duplicate listing for it in the xfinity>sports area. It may only show up the day the game is on.