YouTube today, the stage doesn’t approach. Also, the people who do have an 8K television lying around can’t the YouTube application for Android television doesn’t uphold 8K streaming. is set to change the most recent YouTube for Android television update for 8K streaming.
YouTube television for Android v. 2.12.for 8K spilling to televisions running Android 10 or more
The changelog states that the update brings 8K streaming help to a predetermined number of models at this moment. On you have should see another the video quality alternatives.
Real-time uphold, the most recent YouTube for Android television update brings another important change — Cast Interface uphold. For the ignorant, Cast Interface will project media on their Android television with the television’s controlling it with is projecting the media. This should, projecting more Android televisions.
Strangely, there seem, to be two diverse changelogs for the most recent YouTube for Android television update. While the first streaming help, it does exclude the Cast Interface include. All things considered, HDR playback has taken out that from. You can look at both the changelogs.
The most recent YouTube for Android television update has for 8K streaming
As per a report in Android Police, YouTube television for Android v. 2.12.08 for 8K gushing to televisions running Android 10 or more. The changelog states that the update brings 8K streaming help to a predetermined number doesn’t model the present time. Aside from real-time uphold, the most recent YouTube for Android television update brings.
Cast Interface will rank media on their Android television
Strangely, YouTube’s changelog had at first highlighted uphold for AV1 HDR later discarded. All things considered, HDR playback has taken out that from, the report said.
To change that, YouTube for Android TV is rolling out a new update that would add limited support for 8K streaming. The latest update also brings 8K streaming support to a limited number of devices, but it does not mention which models are getting the support right now. Apart from the limited 8K streaming support, the new YouTube for Android TV update brings another noteworthy change — Cast Connect support.
The Google-owned video giant had added support for 8K videos back in 2015, much, much long before 8K cameras or TVs or content were easily accessible. Today, flagship smartphones can shoot video in that resolution and there are a handful of 8K TV models that support it.