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When will Xfinity streaming support 60 fps playback for smoothness?

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When will Xfinity streaming support 60 fps playback for smoothness?

As I watch TV on cable, I can see the smoothness on any channels... When i stream Americas Got Talent on tv.xfinity.com (as I know frame rate of Americas Got Talent show was 60), the playback is not smooth, it's 30fps. Hulu.com isn't 60fps either. My PC with high-end graphics card is powerful enough to play 60fps and it works well on youtube.com.

 

I know most movies or movie-like shows frame rate are always 24fps or 30fps but i mostly watch shows and i know most of them are 60fps.

 

It's 2017. We should have better features on the internet

 

 

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Re: When will Xfinity streaming support 60 fps playback for smoothness?

I heard most of xfinity stream tv is 6k MBPS

Frequent Visitor

Re: When will Xfinity streaming support 60 fps playback for smoothness?

it has nothing to do with framerate at all. what you talking about is the video quality and it already stream in high quality!

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Re: When will Xfinity streaming support 60 fps playback for smoothness?

60 fps is important. I have youtube tv and its rock solid on sports. I now have xfinity stream (comcast installed today) and its very disappointing. The sports stream is unwatchable....blurred action. When will this be fixed?
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Re: When will Xfinity streaming support 60 fps playback for smoothness?


@Princeton08540 wrote:
60 fps is important. I have youtube tv and its rock solid on sports. I now have xfinity stream (comcast installed today) and its very disappointing. The sports stream is unwatchable....blurred action. When will this be fixed?

the streaming website negotiates speed available to your device. feed is delivered via IP via website in mpeg4 or for broadcast live channel feeds mpeg2.



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