YouTube Will Now Optimize Unusual Aspect Ratio
The online video streaming and sharing website giant “YouTube” has just announced that the videos with an unusual aspect ratio watched on a desktop/laptop browser will no longer appear with black bars. Instead, they will be rendered, optimized and stretched to appear bigger.
The rendering and optimization will be done by removing the default 16:9 frame and optimizing the UI to adjust to different screen sizes.
This change could finally make vertical videos less annoying and less pixelated, the changes should be gradually rolling out to everyone after being released for the Android and iOS mobile app for some time now.
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