Netflix is an internet streaming service. It offers its users to watch a selection of Honour-winning TV shows, films, documentaries, serials, etc. on their smartphones, laptops, computers, or smart TVs. At the same time, many TV shows and movies are also included every month so that they never give to the customers to get bored.
Suppose you have a premium Netflix subscription, but your internet connection is too slow to play HD or UHD content. Before purchasing the package, you were unaware of this, and now you're asking why the video quality isn't up to par. Have a connection speed of at least 5 Mbps to stream Netflix content in high definition. There should be at least 25Mbps for 4K or UltraHD. Testing your Internet speed won't improve the quality of your video, but it can indicate whether you need to change your internet package. The goal of Fast, which is owned and run by Netflix, is to identify your Netflix bandwidth in a way that is different from what other speed testers like Ookla or SpeedTest Master can do. With Netflix, you can check your connection speed right inside the app, thanks to an in-app internet speed test feature. It may be used on any device with an internet browser and tests several downloads from Netflix servers to determine speed.
Follow these steps to run this speed testing from your Netflix app.
Go to the menu and then click on app settings
Now, you can click on Diagnostics which will direct you to the fast.com website which shows your internet speed.
There are four basic video quality settings on Netflix: Low, Medium, High, and Auto-Adjust. Data usage for low-quality video is 0.3GB per hour. This is an authentic video. Data usage for medium video quality is 0.7GB per hour. Additionally, there is High Video Quality, which uses up to 1GB of data per hour, High Definition, which uses up to 3GB, and 4K video, which uses up to 7GB. Based on the speed of your current internet connection, the auto adjusts option also automatically adjusts to provide the best video quality. The four subscription packages available are Mobile, Basic, Standard, and Premium. Standard subscriptions cost Rs 649 per month, while premium ones cost Rs 799. The main distinction between these plans, outside the number of devices you may watch on, is the level of video quality. While Standard only provides HD-quality films, Premium gives Ultra HD (4K) video quality. SD-quality videos are available and less expensive on Mobile and Basic subscriptions.