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YouTube will no longer downscale 1080p HD content

Nov 15, 2009 0 comments
YouTube is a great source of any kind of video. As we know, YouTube has done a lot of improvements in recent years. Last year, it premiered first ever LIVE streaming content, that was a huge blast I experienced that right on my computer screen. Then they launched widescreen video format in high quality. They, later on, put full featured movies to watch, TV episodes and more.

Now, they will no longer downscale any of you guy's videos taken in high resolution like 1080p. Anyone of you skeptical, not getting TV's luxury in computer screen is no more a truth. Even web's video will have high resolution details. Expect no more blurred low resolution cheesy videos in coming years. Thanks to Digital companies who are bringing out Hi-def camera's at an affordable price and thanks to YouTube keeping up with the trend.

This is what YouTube has to say

"..And those of you who have already uploaded in 1080p, don't worry. We're in the process of re-encoding your videos so we can show them the way you intended. "

Visit YouTube's Official Blog.

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