4K Live Streaming in YouTube is possible now

4K Live Streaming in YouTube is possible now. No, you are not dreaming. It is real. The company released an update which will allow the users to stream 360 degree and other standard video content in 4K.

It’s been only a few days since the company added the support for HDR videos for enhanced video quality. With the latest 4K support, you will be able to view 8 million pixels at a time which is four times higher than even the 1080p video. The company went on to add that they support 4K up to 60 frames per second.

With the latest update, the live stream is much better without any blurring even when it is a fast movement video. The company first introduced the support for 4K videos in 2010.

Let us know your views on the 4K video support by commenting in the comments section below. We’d love to hear about it from you.


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