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YouTube Now Supports 60 FPS

Currently only supported in Chrome.

YouTube is currently rolling out video support for 48 and 60 frames per second after initially announcing the support in June.

To see the levelled up support in action, users can view several videos running at 60 fps such as Battlefield Hardline multiplayer trailer, VGHS Season 2 trailer, Titanfall gameplay and a World Record Mario Kart 8 run. Users are required to watch the videos in 720p or 1080p in a Google Chrome browser.

Sony launched the long awaited YouTube app to PlayStation 4 with the console’s Software Update 2.0 earlier this week. The YouTube app offers 1080p videos and 5.1 channel audio, along with a new YouTube on TV design. 

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