Items tagged with 60fps

Google seems pretty excited about showcasing video at 60 frames per second. So excited, in fact, that just over a month after launching 60FPS 1080p (Full HD) and 720p (HD) live video streaming, support for 60FPS video has been added to Google's YouTube app for iOS and Android devices. And of course you can still watch 60FPS video on the desktop, too. Whether or not you want to watch videos at a standard known as High Frame Rate (HFR) is up to you. There have been a handful of films released to theaters in HFR, such as the Hobbit, which was short at 48FPS. While some enjoy the experience of seeing video run at the twice (or more) the framerate of a typical 24FPS movie, others have found the level... Read more...
Back in June, YouTube announced that it would offer 48 and 60 frames per second video support by allowing users to upload footage with higher fps. However, since then, the company has remained silent on the issue. But now, YouTube has begun to roll out support for the higher video frame rates and allowing regular users to upload the videos. Movie trailers, special clips, and gameplay footage have started to appear with the higher fps counts and the results are noticeable. The higher 60fps option shows smoother motion when watching videos in 720p or 1080p HD. But the differences are even more noticeable when watching gameplay footage which tends to feature a lot of action considering that games,... Read more...
Get ready to see gaming action on YouTube as you've never seen it before -- in 60 frames per second! That's right, YouTube will soon give you the option of uploading game footage that renders at 60fps, which is double the previous 30fps rendering cap. Game developers and publishers are stoked at the announcement because it means they can offer viewers a more true representation of how their games will flow. "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 announced in a blog post. There's already some preview footage available... Read more...