YouTube Updates Itself to Support 48 and 60 FPS Videos
The ultimate video destination, YouTube, has come up with an excellent gift for the gaming community. The video sharing site has now introduced support for the 48 and 60 fps videos which will result in some sweet gameplay videos.
YouTube has already uploaded three videos as examples for the new service. Currently, this support service is only available for Chrome and Safari browsers. You may also watch the videos in resolutions of 720p and higher.
The higher frame rate means smoother motion and more detailed visuals. This will come handy for gamers as well as those who share their projects using YouTube. This, though, won’t result in older videos getting updated to the current frame rate.
YouTube had promised this feature back in June and has finally made it available. So, if you were waiting to upload and flaunt some of your sweetest gaming escapades, this is your moment now.