Google releases 60fps live streaming videos on YouTube
YouTube had supported for 60fps video streaming for quite a time now, but now the Mountain View Company is also launching 60fps videos for live streaming in browsers that support HTML 5. According to Tech Giant, Google - the live streaming gets initiated as YouTube transcodes the stream fully into 720p60 and 1080p60 versions. Even more, a 30fps version of 60fps stream will be designed for devices that do not support 60fps streaming till at the present. This will be available only at the high frame rate viewing which has not been made available while they are working to expand this particular support further. Users can now enjoy smooth playback for games and other fast action videos.
One of the obvious uses of this particular feature is that the live game streaming that is recognized by Google. Moreover, the company has also come into partnership with Elgato and XSplit for the newer versions of game broadcasting software that will be supported by 60fps live streaming of YouTube.
Moreover, YouTube live streams will also utilize an HTML5 player as a default that supports variable speed playback. This means the user can still play back the videos while it is streaming and the missed out parts can be play with a speed of 1.5x or 2x until you are live yet again. So, just keep your eyes on #Live on YouTube in order to check some of the live streams in 60fps.