Google introduces 48 and 60 frames per second videos on YouTube and also launches YouTube Creator Studio Android app with many features, while the iOS version of the application will be launching soon.
The supremacy of YouTube is absolute when it comes to watching videos. The supremacy will have two more different and distinct views added to it when YouTube officially brings in 48 frames-per-second and 60 frames-per-second video playback options. The fact that the normal video footage rate for gaming videos does not add the eventual spice needed the scenario with 48 fps and 60fps videos will be completely different.
Additionally, Google has launched a YouTube Creator Studio app for content generators with many features. Earlier in May, YouTube announced to introduce few updates to its service, including a separate mobile application for creators, new comment management features, revenue share through cover song/mashup videos and much more.
In case of video games like Battlefeild, Crysis, etc the gaming videos do not possess the thrills that an original gaming session does. As a part of the Creator team for YouTube, they have been trying to add a complete new dimension to gaming videos. The crazy moves and faster frames per second will obviously add a real time effect to the video. YouTube has been working on it for quite some time now and it seems that the final addition to the work has been done.
YouTube has posted three videos for testing purpose. The videos include trailers of two of most awaited video games: Battlefeild Hardline, Titanfall and a trailer of an action comedy web series from Rocket Jump Studios Video Game High School (VGHS) Season 2. The new and interesting frame rate is just a part of the big and radical change that YouTube plans for future, as stated on YouTube’s official Blog.
YouTube has also launched YouTube Creator Studio application for Android, while the iOS app will be coming soon. Creator Studio can be used by the developers and creators to track the progress of their videos and creations. It will also allow the creators to add in various effects and make subtle changes as well.
This app will help the video creators to get donations from its fans/subscribers, similar to Kickstarter and Indiegogo, right inside YouTube. The power of crowd can create captions and subtitles for your videos in 60+ languages as well.