To record in 4K or 2K video quality, you must have an Arlo Ultra or Pro 3 camera and an Arlo Smart Premier or Elite subscription plan. For more information about Arlo Smart subscription plans, visit What are the available Arlo subscription plans and how much cloud recording is available?.
To view 4K or 2K videos in the Arlo app, you must have a mobile device or web browser that supports 4K or 2K playback. For more information, visit Which devices are supported for HEVC 4K or 2K playback?.
You can purchase a multi-camera or single-camera version of Arlo Smart Premier or Arlo Smart Elite. For pricing and plan details, visit What are the available Arlo subscription plans and how much cloud recording is available?.
To purchase an Arlo Smart Subscription:
When the purchase is complete, your Arlo Ultra or Pro 3 cameras can record in 4K or 2K video quality, depending on the plan you selected.
If you want your cameras to record all the action during all hours of the day, you can also purchase a continuous video recording (CVR) subscription. For more information, visit What is continuous video recording (CVR) and how do I get it?.