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Old 28 June 2014, 14:08   #52

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Originally Posted by Shoonay View Post
I doubt that YT would convert all of the "old" movies to more-than-30fps even if the source file is more-than-30fps, but I'm talking about the "new" movies shown as the example above that are suppose to be 60fps already.

Once YT will fix this you'll probably have to reupload all of your movies to match the sourcefile fps, but I dunno, tl;dr...
I was thinking the same thing, for the majority of youtube users this won't be an issue, most won't even notice. But when you're uploading videos that require exacting frame rates it's a pain in the ass! Wishful thinking that youtube will convert older uploads to their native fps, I guess time will tell.
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