Earlier this year, Google introduced Enhanced Video Quality for YouTube Premium subscribers, and now, it has now rolled out to Android users.

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This feature provides an enhanced bitrate version of 1080p HD video quality, which means that videos will look extra crisp and clear, particularly for videos with high detail and motion.

YouTube Enhanced Video Quality For Android

The enhanced bitrate version of 1080p HD video quality is not available for all videos, and it is not clear which videos are eligible to get this feature. However, YouTube says that it will be available for more videos over time.

YouTube on Android gets enhanced Bitrate for 1080P HD Video

If you are a YouTube Premium user, you can try the enhanced bitrate option by going to the settings menu and selecting “Video Quality.” Under the “HD” section, you will see the option for “1080p Enhanced Bitrate.” If this option is available for the video you are watching, you can select it to get the best possible video quality.

Some users have reported that they have seen a significant difference in video quality when using the enhanced bitrate option. Videos with high detail and motion, such as action movies and sports videos, can look particularly impressive. However, other users have not noticed a significant difference in video quality.

Overall, the enhanced bitrate option for YouTube Premium subscribers is a welcome addition. It provides a way to get the best possible video quality on Android devices, and it is sure to be appreciated by users who watch a lot of high-quality video content.

More About The Enhanced Bitrate option For YouTube Premium Subscribers On Android:

  • The enhanced bitrate option is a great way to improve the video quality of YouTube videos on Android devices. However, it is important to be aware that it will use more data. So it may not be the best option for users who are on a limited data plan.
  • The enhanced bitrate option is not available for all videos. So it is important to check if it is available for the video you are watching before you select it.
  • The enhanced bitrate option is still relatively new, so it is possible that there are some bugs or issues with it. If you experience any problems, you can report them to YouTube so that they can be fixed.

What do you think of the enhanced bitrate option for YouTube Premium subscribers? Have you tried it yet? Let us know in the comments below.

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