Isn't 4k four times the resolution of 1080p? If so, then shouldn't it take 4 times the data? That's a lot lesss than a terabyte.
No, he's right.
From here: http://www.digitaltr...y-availability/
"At 4K resolution, a 90-minute movie running at 30 frames per second would require more than 3.6 terabytes of storage. That’s part of the reasons studios tend to ship digital movies to cinemas on physical hard disks."