This week YouTube announced the launch of a new feature for the service, bringing the 4K resolution to their live streaming service.

With this, content creators can now broadcast using 4K high-resolution video in both 360-degree and standard video formats, while still being able to do so at a rate of 60 frames per second, which is pretty cool.

The addition of this feature comes just a few weeks after YouTube first added support for normal 4K HDR videos, and is a fantastic step towards more support for 4K, providing people with more reasons to get a 4K TV, that said, there aren’t a fantastic amount of options around right now, hopefully, that will change soon.

Content creators can kick off their 4K live-streams from today and one of the biggest to do so will be The Game Awards, who will be live streaming their entire show with the new format later today.

It should be exciting to watch and we expect to see all of that 4K greatness in the new game trailers.

You can read more at the source link below.

Source: YouTube Blog

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