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GeForce NOW requires at least 15Mbps for 720p at 60 FPS and 25Mbps for 1080p at 60 FPS. We also require less than 80ms latency from an NVIDIA data center. However, for the best experience, we recommend less than 40ms. Please read this knowledge base article on how to test your network.




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Ultimate Members can enjoy up to 3840x2160, 3840x1600, 3440x1440, 2560x1440 and 2560x1600 resolutions. 120 FPS streaming will require a monitor that supports at least 120Hz, such as NVIDIA G-Sync Monitors. 240 FPS streaming will require a monitor that supports at least 240Hz. You must connect to the monitor using USB-C with DisplayPort/Thunderbolt, HDMI, DisplayPort, or Mini DisplayPort. Your system may require an additional adapter, or cable, to connect to the monitor. Any adapter used must support DisplayPort 1.2 or HDMI 1.4 for 1080p, or HDMI 2.0 for 1440p/4K. Please read this knowledge base article for more information.


GeForce NOW requires at least 15Mbps for 720p at 60 FPS, 25Mbps for 1080p at 60 FPS, and 35 Mbps for 1600p at 120 FPS. We also require less than 80ms latency from an NVIDIA data center. However, for the best experience, we recommend less than 40ms.


GeForce NOW requires at least 15Mbps for 720p at 60 FPS, 25Mbps for 1080p at 60 FPS and 35Mbps for streaming up to 2560x1440/2560x1600/3840x1800 at 120 FPS . We also require less than 80ms latency from an NVIDIA data center. However, for the best experience, we recommend less than 40ms. Please read this knowledge base article on how to test your network.


GeForce NOW requires at least 15Mbps for 720p at 60 FPS, and 25Mbps for 1080p at 60 FPS. We also require less than 80ms latency from an NVIDIA data center. However, for the best experience, we recommend less than 40ms. Please read our knowledge base article on how to test your network.


GeForce NOW requires at least 15Mbps for 720p at 60 FPS, and 25Mbps for 1080p at 60 FPS. We also require less than 80ms latency from an NVIDIA data center. However, for the best experience, we recommend less than 40ms. Please read this knowledge base article on how to test your network.


GeForce NOW requires at least 15Mbps for 720p at 60 FPS, 25Mbps for 1080p at 60 FPS and 40Mbps for 4K at 60 FPS. We also require less than 80ms latency from an NVIDIA data center. However, for the best experience, we recommend less than 40ms. Please read this knowledge base article on how to test your network.


When I run YT-DLP in the same folder as FFMPEG in order to get the "best" version of the download for 1080p-and-above and 60fps videos, it defaults the output file to WEBM for all of them instead of MKV.


These commands will ensure you download the highest quality mp4 video and m4a audio from the video as a single file or will merge them back into a single mp4 (using ffmpeg in my case). If ffmpeg or avconv is not available, youtube-dl should fall back to the single file -f best option instead of the default.


notice that youtube-dl has labeled the last option 1280x720 as the 'best' quality and that's what it will download by default, but that the line starting with 137 is actually higher quality 1920x1080. Youtube has separated the video and audio streams for the lines labeled DASH so we also need to pick the highest quality audio which in this case is the line starting with 141. Then we run youtube-dl again this time specifying the audio and video:


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and it will download the 1080p video and auto-merge it with the highest-quality audio. It should also auto-deleted the separate downloaded parts. This method is a little extra work, but will get you the best results.


Some video sites, such as youtube, offer not only different resolutions of video to download, but have options in youtube-dl called formats to download video and audio separately. For the case of youtube, it will only offer the highest quality video and highest quality audio separately. Here's an example output of using -F flag to show all formats available:


So there's a lot of different formats, but some are labelled "audio only" or "video only". If I selected to download one of those formats by using the specified format code such as with -f 137, I would really get either an audio file or a video file with no audio, which is usually not what you want. If I had ffmpeg installed and specified both video and audio formats with -f 137+140, then youtube-dl would download video and audio and afterwards combine them together into one video file.


If you don't have ffmpeg installed, youtube-dl will by default select the highest quality format that has both audio and video. This maxes out at 720p (and is usually specified by format code 22 so you would download with -f 22). If you do have ffmpeg installed, youtube-dl will be able download the real best quality video (1080p or better if available) and best quality audio, and after downloading mux (combine) them together into one video file so this is what I recommend.


I am a disk saver, so I download videos of the format 1280 x 720, because 4k videos takes more size of my hard disk.So I add youtube-dl in /.bashrc file like given below


Ok, Ive been having this really annoying problem. Been having it for a little while now. Ive noticed only on youtube that 1080p video's play back is choppy. The videos will freeze and then start playing after a few seconds, audio keeps playing. I started doing some testing. Ive found out that its only 1080p videos at 60 fps. If its not 60 fps it will play the video fine. Ive tried downloading google chrome to see if it did the same thing. Google chrome plays 1080p videos at 60 fps fine. So that rules out it being the computer I think. Video's off line play fine also, I tried to uninstall firefox and reinstall it didnt fix it. Only add on I have on fire fox is adblock plus. This issue is starting to drive me nuts!!! Not sure what else to do.


Welp That seems to have fixed it. My drivers were old and I updated them to the latest version. Ive watch a few 1080p videos at 60 fps with no freezing. I kind of feel like a retard for not trying that, but since Crome worked fine. I didnt think it was a gpu driver proplem. Thanks for the help!


I looked at that before posting, I didnt find anything that helped. I tried to download KB968211 and install to make sure that wasnt the proplem. It says its not applicable to my computer. So im assuming that means I already have it.


In an effort to give fans a better sense of what Killzone: Shadow Fall will look like running on PlayStation 4, developer Guerrilla Games released new "ultra high bitrate" footage of the game that it's asking Killzone fans to download, because streaming online video doesn't do its visuals justice.


The multiplayer footage offers a minute-long look at the next-gen Killzone and requires a 541 MB download. The Killzone website is understandably slower due to the stress that comes from distributing a half-gigabyte video file, so give it some time.


I am wondering how much bandwith is required to stream a 1080p movie from for example Youtube. I am aware that there may be things such as compression that come in play here, but can anyone provide a good answer for this anyways?


It is directly dependent on compression rate (and more correctly: bitrate), though. Youtube compresses material quite strongly. Try downloading a 1080p Youtube video with some of the (many) available services and divide by length to get an average bitrate (or check the bitrate directly with some tool - your connection simply needs to be able to handle the audio+video bitrate).


I tested 10 different clips from various users on youtube including videogamedunkey and cinemasins and found regardless if they are 1080p 60fps or just 1080p the clips used 660 - 680kBps equivalent to about a 5.5 megabit connection.


Compared to downloading an image or streaming audio, video is a lot more complicated, so it uses more mobile data. This isn't limited to just YouTube, though. Other video streaming services use a lot of data, too.


For reference, 480p is considered "standard definition." 1080p is sometimes called "full HD," and is the highest quality that a lot of YouTube channels upload in. While 4K video isn't as widespread, many channels do provide 4K media.


In addition to a per-video basis, the YouTube app lets you set a general quality preference for all YouTube videos. This lets you avoid HD playback while on mobile data so that Auto mode doesn't decide to stream at 1080p.


At $12 per month, YouTube Premium is a little expensive for what it offers. But if you watch a lot of YouTube, that subscription fee can pay for itself in the data charges you save. You can download a batch of videos when you're on Wi-Fi at home, then watch them on the go without using data. 2b4c41e320


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