YouTube Introduces 60FPS Video Playback With Battlefield: Hardline

By   /   Jun 27, 2014

YouTube has revealed that its video playback will support 60 Frames per Second in coming months, which will allow users to upload their videos in full glory.

Speaking of its plans, the company wrote on its official blog:

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.

To demonstrate how 60 FPS videos will look and feel like on YouTube, they previewed the trailer of Visceral Games’ Battlefield: Hardline.

In addition to Hardline, Titanfall gameplay footage was also shown running at 60 FPS. You can check out both of them, at YouTube Creator Channel.

YouTube has some big plans ahead, for instance, it is going to introduce a funding option, where users will be able to support their favorite channels.

Other new additions headed to the YouTube in coming months are creator credits, audio library with sound effects, subtitles contribution from the fans, info cards, new ways to organize the playlist, YouTube creator studio and a lot more.

The 60 FPS video playback is definitely a great addition for the gamers as they will be able to upload their next-gen gameplay videos on to YouTube without having to scale it down.

What do think of these latest additions done to world’s famous video playback website?

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