YouTube Finally Adds Ability to Play Videos at 60 FPS

By Thomas Luke

October 30, 2014

YouTube has today begun to support the ability to watch user videos at frame rates higher than 30 FPS.

Currently the system is still being rolled out, and is only available when watching videos at either 720p or 1080p.

The 60 FPS playback is only officially supported by Chrome at the moment, although Internet Explorer users have also reported they can watch videos at higher framerates.

Up until now, YouTube has capped most user videos to 30 FPS.

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