What Channels on YouTube TV are in 60 FPS?
Over the past year, one of the main changes for Live TV Streaming Services have been the adoption of an upgraded 60 fps (frames per second) for their streams. When these services first launched, almost every channel would broadcast in 30 fps.
The higher frame rate smoothes the image and makes high action streams look much better. While this is not that noticeable when watching most entertainment shows, it becomes very noticeable on streams with a lot of motion, like live sports and movies.
YouTube TV offers 60 fps support on all channels, except for CNBC and some local CBS affiliates. You can stream in 60 fps on all streaming media players, but not on some models of Smart TVs.