Final beta video: B-roll footage of hunter pets at 60fps!

If you didn’t know, YouTube recently introduced support for 60fps videos. You obviously need to upload the video in 60fps for this to work, and YouTube also seems very picky with the encode settings, but once it works it’s pretty cool!

It only works in the Google Chrome browser (or IE11 if you enable HTML5 video), but doesn’t appear to work in Firefox at all. You also need to set the video to 720p or 1080p to see the 60fps version. Support on non-PC devices or apps is spotty.

You’ll know it when you see it, because the difference between 60fps and 30fps is night and day.

Beta ends tomorrow, so enjoy this final video of some random hunter pets. Remember to set it to 720p or 1080p!  :mrgreen:


8 thoughts on “Final beta video: B-roll footage of hunter pets at 60fps!”

    1. Cinema also has motion blur which eliminates a lot of the choppiness. I agree that for film it’s more aesthetically pleasing than the “soap opera” effect. But playing a game at 24fps is a dreadful experience for me personally. Choppy, laggy, gives me a headache.

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