YouTube ends experiment that required premium subscription to play 4K videos


YouTube ends experiment that required premium

The site did not specify why the experiment was terminated or whether the feature should be archived permanently. 


If you're worried that YouTube will restrict access to 4K content entirely to premium subscribers, don't worry. For now. YouTube announced on Twitter that it had "completely disabled" the experience that required his premium subscription to play videos in his 4K resolution. early this monthUsers on social networks like Reddit and Twitter have started reporting the word "Premium" next to 4K/2160p when they access the resolution options drop-down menu. However, not everyone needs a premium subscription to play 4K videos, indicates that this is an experimental feature available to a limited number of users.

Not sure why YouTube stopped testing, but it got a bit of negative reviews, according to 9to5Google . Naturally, users were never happy when asked to pay $12 a month or $120 a year to watch the highest quality video on the webAlso, those outside the trial are concerned that this will be released more widely and become a permanent "add-on" for premium subscribers.

YouTube has not said if it will definitely drop the idea of ​​locking 4K videos to premium subscriptions. In a tweet written in Japanese, YouTube encouraged users to leave feedback about their experience.


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