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Sixdaysdrifting

Youtube app capable of 60fps???

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Hi

My family quite recently bought a 4k Lg tv (65uf860v) that I believe does 60fps. Its using webos 2.0 so I don't know if that's the problem, but I can't for the love of God get the Youtube app to play 60fps in youtube 60fps videos. It works perfect on my iphone. The tv does 4k videos on youtube but only max 30fps. I have checked on the video info on youtube videos. Can someone please confirm if the app is capable of 60fps or if it is my tv that wont handle that frame rate on youtube.

Thank you!

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I've been in contact with LG regarding this matter and here's what they said: 

 

 

 

 

Tack för att ni kontaktar LG.


Tyvärr så går det inte att få mer än 30 fps på YouTube appen i våra TV-apparater.

 

that means in plain english, that the youtube app on LGs tvs can't support more than 30 fps. Blah!

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