youtube supports 60fps live streaming now

Youtube support 60fps live

Now youtube is supporting 60fps videos for live streaming. If you are YouTube addict then here is good news for you. Now YouTube is Supporting 60 frames per second in live streaming videos. Purely smooth video with high definition rate.

Gamers will surely enjoy this update because after this they can watch live games in HD mode with 60 fps. Rival services like twitch already provides 60fps but now if you have HTML-5 friendly browser then you will be able to catch the fun.

YouTube live Streaming before was at 30 frames per second. If you want to check HTML mode for your browser then you can visit here. Last year YouTube team added support of 60fps for their own streaming but first time for the live streams.

You will be able to speed up or slow down the stream and also can skip backwards if you missed something.

YouTube Product Manager Alan Joyce said in a blog post that when you start a live stream on YouTube on 60fps then we will convert your stream to 720p60 and 1080p60 that means it will be a silky smooth video for action and gaming related stuff. We will also support 30fps on devices which don’t support high definition rates. We will try to expand our services in upcoming weeks.

Some of the popular apps related to gaming stuff like Elgato Game Capture, XSplit broadcaster have been updated today to support 60fps YouTube Live Streaming.

Team Said more improvement are coming soon so stay tune for the latest updates.