Here we get a rather curious detail coming directly from the users of Nintendo Switch. As you know, the YouTube app debuted a few days ago on the console, and since then they have been analyzing it in detail.
According to what is shared by the user of Reddit dupebulja, videos that run at 60 frames per second lower the number of frames in portable mode . This happens with AV1 codec videos more than VP9 although it affects both and it happens more often in 1080p than in 720p. It seems that in videos running at 30 fps do not have these problems.
If you are interested, you can check for yourself in the YouTube application by selecting “More” on the left inside a video and then selecting “Statistics for nerds”.
What do you think? Have you noticed or are you happy with the app?
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