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YouTube TV Expands 60 FPS Support to More Channels

Recently YouTube TV expanded support for 60 FPS to more channels. Over the weekend, YouTube TV added 60 FPS support to CNN and MSNBC.

What is FPS? Frames per second (FPS) tells you how many times the image on your screen is refreshed every second. The more frames, the smoother the image looks. For a scripted drama 30 FPS will look great; however, for faster action such as sports, 60 FPS makes the action look smoother on the screen.

Not only does YouTube TV support 60 FPS on locals like NBC and CBS but also on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN News, SEC Network, FS1, FS2, BTN, FX, FXX, FXM, Regional FOX Sports Networks, National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, and FOX Soccer Plus.

Not all devices support 60 FPS for YouTube TV. Currently, YouTube TV supports 60 FPS on devices like the Chromecast Ultra, Nvidia Shield, Apple TV, iOS, some Roku devices, and a few other devices.

If you notice 60 FPS support on other devices or channels, please leave a comment and let us know.

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