YouTube Releases 60fps Video Playback Support to Android and iOS
Posted: Jul 02,2015
Google owned YouTube has already rolled out 60 fps video playback on the Web and 60 fps video streams for the purpose of live stream. The company has at present provided the features to its Android and iOS apps. This was a rumor in the last month but the company restrained itself from announcing it. But presently YouTube for Android and iOS apps supports the 60 fps video playback without updating the app.
This feature was initially rolled out for the desktop users and was supported by the Chrome and Safari browsers. With this release any live stream on YouTube at 60fps was transcoded into the stream of 720p60 and 1080p60s and this showed up hassle free playback for the purpose of gaming and rapidly paced videos.
Users of Android and iOS can use 60 fps video playback on YouTube app by searching a video that has been uploaded at 60fps and after this navigating to the 720p60/1080p60 quality choices. The creators of YouTube made the announcement of this new feature in a Google+ post.