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For some time, YouTube provides videos with super high resolution (4K 60 fps). But their smooth viewing requires a very fast internet and powerful computer. Google wants to make the video playback of 4K much more enjoyable by the new VP9 video codec. It helps the company in proportion to the speed of your Internet connection, converting 4K video at 60 frames per second in “normal” 4K video or 1080p 60 fps.

To test the new VP9 codec will need to set a flag in the last experimental Chromium Build, as detailed in the publication of François Beaufort. To test your own computer, try UltraHD (60 fps) video below and tell us if it goes smoothly.

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