If you are a seasoned videographer or someone who regularly uploads gaming videos on YouTube, you’d have notice that the framerate was capped at 30fps, which meant regardless of the framerate of the original video file, once uploaded the video will only playback at 30fps max on YouTube. \
That changes today. YouTube has finally introduced the option of displaying higher framerates up to 60fps, so whether it is a video shot in 48fps or a gameplay video at 60fps, they will playback in all their high framerate glory on YouTube.
The catch here for now is that the high framerate is only available at HD resolutions (720p and above) and not available on mobile devices.
The following are three videos in high framerate. As mentioned before, switch to HD resolutions and go fullscreen to enjoy them properly.