It’s the most-used video player in the world, but the YouTube app on PS5 was a step behind the competition when it came to the way it presented its video catalog. That’s all changed today, with the console’s version of YouTube now finally supporting HDR video.
HDR (high dynamic range) boosts contrast and color range on the best PS5 games, Netflix videos, and other video services, and it’ll finally now do the same on YouTube too.
The video format is increasingly becoming the norm when partnered with 4K resolution – though does require a compatible television to take advantage of it.
Highly desirable range
While many YouTube videos are still presented in SDR format, the number of content creators embracing HDR (as well as the number of mobile recording devices supporting it) means that you’re only going to see more HDR content land on the video platform in the months and years to come.