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YouTube now supports 4K live-streaming, allowing content creators to broadcast using high-resolution video in both 360-degree and standard video formats at a rate of 60 frames per second. Before launching 4k live-streaming, YouTube also announced that its platform now supports high dynamic range, or HDR, video. HDR essentially allows screens with the right hardware specifications to display a more accurate and realistic range of whites and blacks, as well as a wider range of colors. Alongside 4K resolution, HDR technology is the other big selling point of new TVs and one of the key benefits touted by Microsoft and Sony for the latest versions of their respective gaming consoles. However, there’s a critical lack of HDR content out there to watch, and a hodgepodge of different hardware and software requirements that make it difficult to know where and how to access those videos.



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Vimal J. Goyal is Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Goteso & Co-Founder of WasherApp. He always wanted to build new things in technology. He is only single identity who focused on scientific and technological issues within an organization. He always ready to help entrepreneur to build their start-up easily. He loves perfection & also wants same thing from his team. View all posts by →

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