YouTube Now Supports 60fps Videos

Josh WolfordTechnology

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Your YouTube videos are about to get silky smooth – I mean seriously good-lookin'.

Back in June, YouTube announced that 48 and 60 frames-per-second videos were on the way. Well, they're here. Kotaku has spotted the option in the wild.

To view videos at 60fps, you'll have to be in Chrome or Safari right now. Also, you'll have to watch them in HD (1080p or 720p).

Here's where the option was first spotted, in a Mario Kart 8 gameplay video. You'll see the "1080p60" option. Click it an marvel.

Pretty, huh?

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