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YouTube is rolling out support for video with 60fps – update
Every YouTube uploader to add images with faster frame rates like 60fps on the site. The video site has that opportunity now available to everyone. The option should especially improve the appearance of game images.
YouTube announced the arrival of 60fps support already in the summer and the site is now according to Kotaku started rolling out this possibility. Image in addition 60fps added to the site in 48fps. These frame rates can be viewed only incidentally at 720p and 1080p playback.
The display with higher fps is especially important for gameplay footage. YouTube is frequently used for uploading scenes from games, but so far did not display similar to that of the original images; now can.
YouTube sees streaming gameplay footage as key functionality: parent company Google would also be in the race was to take over Twitch. Eventually Amazon went to get the streaming service.
Update, 10:15: The 60fps playback does not work with all browsers. The latest versions of Chrome and Safari show the automatic 720p60- and 1080p60 playback, but for example, Firefox does not show. That display optionViewing:-187
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