A short while back Google added 60fps playback to YouTube, and now the company is bringing that feature to live streaming as well. This feature is now available on compatible HTML5 browsers, and allows for "silky smooth playback for gaming and other fast-action videos." Additionally, Google has added HTML5 playback for live streams, a feature they say has been long requested.
Content creators can start their streams in 60fps, and Google will also create a stream at 30fps for devices that are not able to play back the higher frame rate. These are the latest additions from the YouTube team, and they say there are plenty more to come soon.
Source: YouTube Creators
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