Today, YouTube gets 60fps videos, and a collective cry of joy goes up among gamers and video connoisseurs everywhere. The video quality debate has been going on for some time now, and while most videos are available in 1080p these days, the frames-per-second for these videos has generally been a secondary consideration. Well, YouTube has said that this isn’t the case anymore, with the ability to upload videos with higher frame rates, like 48fps and 60fps videos, announced at VidCon today. To demonstrate exactly what effect this will have on videos, the Battlefield Hardline trailer was one of those given the benefit of this “High Frame Rate” upgrade; check out the results:
What do you think about all this fuss about 60fps? Can you tell the difference? Let us know your thoughts.