YouTube brought the 4K video support to the YouTube videos back in 2010. The 4K video support was very much welcomed by users across the globe.
Now the company had announced support for live streaming in 4K. The 4K live St is available for standard videos as well as 360-degree videos. The first ever 4K live streaming video on YouTube will be Game Awards tomorrow, December 1 at 9 p.m. EST / 6 p.m. PST on YouTube. Thr entire show will be live streamed in 4K. The 4K video has 4times more image details and pixels in every picture and video. The live streaming in 4K will be supported at 60 FPS. The actual resolution size of 4k is 2160 x 3840 and in general we call it 2160p. The 4K video in 360 degree will also be very great to watch.
“4K video isn’t just a little different from HD video; it’s a giant leap. It shows 8 MILLION pixels total, with an image that has four times more image definition than even 1080p video. What does this mean in real world terms? Live streams look better, show a more detailed, crisper picture, and aren’t as blurry when there’s fast action on screen. Basically, 4K makes everything better to look at. And because we support 4K at up to 60 frames per second, creators can make content that looks silky smooth, and more realistic than ever before.“