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Post by Eorl @ 03:45pm 27/06/14 | 8 Comments
Starting today, video player giant YouTube has begun supporting 60-frames-per-second playback, a feature that will not only benefit the ridiculous amount of cat videos but also video game trailers and gameplay.

"Your video game footage with crazy high frame rates will soon look as awesome on YouTube as it does when you're playing, when we launch support for 48 and even 60 frames per second in the coming months," YouTube noted on its company blog. The video giant has let loose a few example videos to show off the buttery smooth playback, including Visceral's upcoming Battlefield: Hardline which you can check out below.

YouTube is planning to bring all sorts of other new features to its service including fan-funding options, the ability to easily check traffic analytics, tag one's colleagues in a "credits creator", and upload sound effect samples in an audio log. For the full list of upcoming features, check out the YouTube Creator Blogspot.




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fpot
Posted 03:50pm 27/6/14
30 fps is all you need.
ph33x
Posted 03:55pm 27/6/14
Watched this vid the other day and thought this video was extra fluid and was curious (not to the point of finding out) as to how they managed that on YT.

I wonder if this means streaming YT at 1080 fullscreen will now become impossible for some people.
Nightblade
Posted 04:14pm 27/6/14
25 fps is all you need. We never landed on the moon. There is no proof of science. I'm a Mongolian horse fly.
glynd
Posted 04:17pm 27/6/14
30 fps is more cinematic
ravn0s
Posted 05:26pm 27/6/14
is the vid really jerky for anyone else using firefox? it's silky smooth in chrome.
MoulaZX
Posted 08:40pm 27/6/14
Funny you mention that. I watched it on my Laptop (Chrome) then got home and watched it again on the Desktop (Firefox) and I think, for whatever reason, Firefox is still playing it @ 25 or 30fps. Watched it again in Chrome on Desktop and definitely notice a difference.
Spook
Posted 09:06pm 27/6/14
i only ever watch 24fps vids
Tepid
Posted 07:28am 28/6/14
i only buy 24hz monitors.
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