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YouTube using video games to promote new 60fps support

Support for 48 and 60 frames per second video is coming to YouTube in the next few months, and Google has used video games to show off how this can look.
Newsbrief: Support for 48 and 60 frames per second video is coming to YouTube in the next few months, and Google has used video games to show off how this can look. Footage of both Battlefield: Hardline and Titanfall show off the upcoming functionality, and in a blog post, YouTube specifically mentions games as being a driving force behind adding support for 60fps. The functionality is due to be provided to all YouTubers in the coming months. Note that you need to set a video to HD quality for the 60fps to kick in.

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