Yes, HDMI 1.4 can support up to 144Hz at 1920×1080. However, not all monitors with HDMI 1.4 necessarily do. Older 144Hz gaming monitors such as the Acer GN246HL, BenQ XL2411, BenQ XL2411Z, BenQ XL2430T, ASUS VG248QE, AOC G2460PF, etc are all limited to 60Hz over HDMI.
As long as you have at least HDMI 1.4, 120Hz is doable on your compatible TV or monitor. You can even do up to 144Hz if your display supports it. For uncompressed higher resolutions, though, HDMI 120Hz connections need a next-generation HDMI connection.
With HDMI 1.4 you're limited to a frame rate of 24fps when watching 4K video. This is still the standard for most movies and TV shows, but some in the entertainment world are trying to push the industry into filming in higher frame rates.
HDMI 1.4: This supports 4K resolution up to 30Hz. HDMI 2.1: This is the latest version. It supports 8K at 60Hz and 4K at 120Hz.
1080p60 is well within the capabilities of HDMI 1.4, 4kp30 is about the limit for HDMI 1.4 if the TV supports that mode (4k). If it fits, shove it in. If it doesn't fit, don't force it.
The major features introduced in the HDMI® 1.4b specification include: 4K support enables video resolutions beyond 1080p, supporting high-resolution displays that deliver movie theater-like experiences to the home with incredible depth, detail and color.
Yes, it can.
4,096 by 2,160HDMI 1.4: Supports up to 4K (4,096 by 2,160) at 24Hz, 4K (3,840 by 2,160) at 30Hz, or 1080p at 120Hz.
What is this? You just want to use one or two teaspoons of cornstarch or flour for your cheese sauce. Along with this, you'll also want to add about half a cup of water to the mix. You need to whisk the cornstarch or flour together with cold water in a small bowl so that it becomes a slurry.
The two Hibachi/Tepanyaki grill table restaurants I have contacted said that the chef is part of the tip paid by the waiter, chef and bartender. In most cases, the waiter will serve drinks in the bar and handle the bills. So, when waiters, hibachi chefs and bartenders share tips, all this should be fair.