Does YouTube Support 120 FPS?
If you’ve ever surfed YouTube or looked at any of the big video streaming sites, you might have noticed the new feature they added recently in order to make viewing their videos easier. They called it “120 Frames Per Second” and it makes watching YouTube videos a whole lot smoother. Don’t get me wrong, it’s not the best video site on the world by any means. I’d be hard-pressed to say it’s better than Google Video, but it’s much easier to view YouTube videos now due to the new format. Let’s take a look at how it works.
YouTube has always used a wide variety of methods for displaying the video on the site, but until recently, they didn’t use very good quality and compression methods. This made watching YouTube videos on a slow computer or internet connection a real pain. However, this problem is now solved. Now, YouTube video streams are being distributed through many different servers so all your favorite channels can be seen smoothly regardless of your connection speed. How does YouTube support 120 FPS?
It’s not really a secret. In order to display a video in full HD, YouTube recommends viewing it at the maximum quality possible. So what does that mean exactly? That means all the HD elements of a YouTube video stream are supported including all of the colors and gradients that the original video was shot in. Because it’s been upgraded to a higher quality, YouTube video streams are also free of any compression artifacts which can slow down the playback speed.
Not all Internet service providers (ISP’s) support High-Frame Rate Video. To find out if your Internet Service Provider (ISP) supports High-Frame Rate, check the Internet Options section of your router’s manual or FAQ. If your Internet Service Provider doesn’t list “HIGH_FREQUENCY” as an available option, then they may only support partially High-Frame Rate video. If they do support High-Frame Rate but don’t provide specifics about if their technology is capable of supporting High-Frame Rate content, ask them for information. Your Internet Service Provider may also not support High-Frame Rate content on certain older browser versions.
Does YouTube also provides buffering options? Yes. For users who may experience buffering problems, they can use the buffering system provided by YouTube – the HTTP Buffering System. This system may work with some old browser versions, but it will not work if you’re using the latest browser versions.
Do I need special software or plug-ins to be able to stream video on YouTube? You may need to install and run additional plug-ins or software in order to be able to view YouTube in High-Frame Rate mode. The recommended software to use is Flash Video Downloader. This piece of software is available free from the Adobe website. Once you’ve downloaded and installed this piece of software, you will be able to view YouTube in High-Frame Rate mode using any video browser that supports High-Frame Rate technology such as Internet Explorer and Firefox.
Can I stream live feed on YouTube? Yes, you may be able to view the live feed from your Internet TV provider (ISP) on YouTube. However, Internet TV providers usually restrict the bandwidth capacity that may be used for streaming. If you try to stream a live feed from an Internet TV provider using High-Frame Rate technology, your connection speeds may become too fast for the Internet to handle. As a result, the stream will be interrupted.
How can I watch the live feed on YouTube? To be able to watch live feed on YouTube, you can use third-party software that will convert your streaming videos into Web-streaming format. There are a few different types of software that you may be able to find online. Once you’ve installed the software, you will be able to watch the streams from YouTube in high-definition using your existing web browser. The converted videos may be played on any modern desktop or laptop computer that also supports live streaming.