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Youtube stuck at 60hz via OnePlus 8T

  1. muruganbala117
    Cupcake Mar 28, 2021


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  2. CarmineCrown
    Cupcake Mar 28, 2021


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  3. Sheppards
    Jelly Bean Mar 28, 2021

    Sheppards , via OnePlus 7T , Mar 28, 2021 :
    It's not stuck.

    It has always been 60hz from the beginning of time

    Content is 30-60 food anyway, and smooth scrolling doesn't justify the high refresh rate and the higher battery drain it comes with
     

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  4. Sheppards
    Jelly Bean Mar 28, 2021


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  5. hojsimpson952
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 28, 2021


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  6. Fortunex
    Eclair Mar 30, 2021


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  7. thechangingtime
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 30, 2021

    thechangingtime , Mar 30, 2021 :
    If your hz doesn’t divide cleanly into your FPS (so 15FPS, 30FPS, 60FPS, or 120FPS for a 120hz display), you may experience problems such as tearing (when the contents of your frame buffer changes when your screen is part way through rastering the image), or your hardware will need to apply some sort of frame rate conversion technique which may or may not create noticeable artifacts. In any case Youtube currently only support 60 FPS which limits display to 60 hz for the above reasons.

    If you need a 120 fps video try the following:
    https://blurbusters.com/hfr-120fps-video-game-recording/
     

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  8. Vijaygurrala
    Cupcake Mar 30, 2021

  9. Technical SuranaJi
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 30, 2021


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  10. thechangingtime
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 30, 2021

    thechangingtime , Mar 30, 2021 :
    Even if you upload a 120 fps video to youtube it will convert it to a 60 fps video.
     

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  11. Technical SuranaJi
    Ice Cream Sandwich Mar 30, 2021

    Technical SuranaJi , via OnePlus Community App , Mar 30, 2021 :
    I think there is some problem regarding Refresh rate in your mobile or in youtube..but I am not sure what's the problem regarding your concern..sorry
     

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  13. jujudelgado
    Eclair Mar 30, 2021

    jujudelgado , via OnePlus 8T , Mar 30, 2021 :
    Ah, good to know, thanks.
    It was a joy finally seeing an 120hz video.

    So apps that force 120hz are not too good, right?
     

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  14. Swejuggalo
    OnePlus 9 Series Expert Community Expert Mar 30, 2021

    Swejuggalo , via OnePlus 8 Pro , Mar 30, 2021 :
    I force 120Hz on Firefox myself with AutoHz app. And I force 60Hz on for example the Community app since I spend a lot of time here and don't see 120Hz as nessesary for it either. I leave video apps alone in auto. For devices that have Motion Graphics Smoothing available and enabled it will also break the feature in supported apps according to some tests I've done.
     

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  15. ShreyasPatil_
    Jelly Bean Mar 31, 2021

    ShreyasPatil_ , Mar 31, 2021 :
    You can use YouTube vanced which supports 120Hz.
     

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  16. akhridian , via OnePlus 9 Pro T-Mobile , Nov 28, 2021 :
    That's what the LTPO screen is for, when you scroll 120, when you enter video 60. In Samsung and Google pixel it works like this. why in one Plus they can't do it like this?
     

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