A quick and straightforward notice for y'all.  About a week ago, Youtube implemented a feature that allows users to finally upload videos in glorious 60 frames-per-second quality!  This is limited to the 1080p and 720p HD resolutions but the difference between 30fps and 60fps is instantly noticeable.  Any video uploaded before the release will still be in the old framerate but this is quite a triumph for game enthusiasts that like to upload or like to just watch game-related content on Youtube.  It appears that 4k videos in 60fps will default to 1080p60 from what I've seen.  And only a select few web browsers support the feature, meaning watching a video uploaded in 60fps is impossible with Firefox.  Chrome absolutely works with hit or miss results from the other popular browsers, but those will surely support it soon as well.

Regardless, this is such a great sign for all of us and seeing those game videos in that silky smooth 1080p, 60fps quality is just oh so delicious.  It's one of those things where you don't really care about the difference when watching a game video until you see the improvement first hand.  Then it's just so hard to have it any other way.  60fps has been the PC standard for quite sometime now so it should take no time at all for uploaders to fully enterprise on this feature.  Just grab some popcorn, search "60fps Gameplay", and enjoy!