2014 will be the year that begins issuing YouTube videos in 4K resolution for the general public. Although we currently know more details on how implement this resolution through YouTube videos, and what requirements we will have to see them published just recently that YouTube already has everything ready to begin broadcasting in this resolution and for CES in Las Vegas will make a public demonstration of a video to 4K. So far, we had only seen how Google had made some video demos online 4Kcon LG, Panasonic or Sony devices, but only because of advertising contracts with these companies. To use the 4K resolution playback of online video, Google has had to develop a new codec called VP9. Some of the company who have supported Google in the development of this new free codec are ARM, Intel, Samsung, Sharp and Toshiba, in order that the new codec can be used in other devices such as smartphones or tablets, as well as the Smart-TV. At the end of 2014 will see the first TVs with this codec, with which we can play videos through YouTube 4K.