YouTube, as a popular platform for sharing multimedia, brings a new one to its website 1080p Premium playback quality for version subscribers YouTube Premium. The feature was initially only available for the iOS app, but now it's also coming to the YouTube web interface.
New 1080p Premium playback quality for subscribers
What is the improvement? According to YouTube, there is a new option 1080p Premium the so-called a "1080p bitrate-enhanced version" that should make things look sharper, especially with detail- and motion-heavy videos.
The service started testing this feature at the beginning of this year and initially only for the system iOS. Some leaks about this feature talked about its eventual elimination 1080p quality for standard users (without YouTube Premium subscription). But that didn't happen.
NamiIn addition, all users can try the standard 1080p quality, and subscribers also have the aforementioned 1080p Premium option. Not all videos will offer this premium option for 1080p resolution. YouTube says we won't see it in videos recorded at resolutions higher or lower than 1080p, short videos, or live streams.
Will my video quality improve?
There are many factors behind the resulting video quality. The improved bitrate could theoretically improve the display as each pixel soaks up more information. Of course, it also depends on the quality of the source, video processing or internet connection.
Along with this advantage comes other features. As he says TheVerge, iOS subscribers can watch videos with friends or family using FaceTime and SharePlay. A similar function has been available for Android for a long time, for all users, but through the Google Meet application.
A new and practical function for Premium will allow you to continue watching videos where you left off, even across devices. This feature supports Android, iOS and web interface. You can use it especially if you play your video on a smartphone and want to continue watching it on a laptop, for example.
Same Premium video ranking it is already available on tablets and smartphones. You can add videos in order, according to your wishes. There is also a smart video download function, which was launched on selected devices last year. However, you need a Wi-Fi connection to download these videos. You can view them offline later.
For the past year, YouTube has announced that as part of its offers Premium a Music it has gained around 30 million paid global subscribers, which is a significant increase from the total of 50 million paid subscribers that YouTube talked about in 2021. So it seems that this paid alternative is also gaining strength against the competition.
How do you like this premium feature on YouTube? If you have any other questions about this topic, feel free to write them to us below in the discussion below the article.