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Hey
ive seen some gameplay videos on youtube that people has recorded with 1440p...how they did that?do i have to buy an 1440p monitor or what?right now i have 1920x1080 120hz monitor
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I guess they used an 2560x1440 monitor
     
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post #3 of 5
Yeah they recorded with a 2560x1440 resolution monitor. usually 27" monitors have that resolution.
In order to record 2560x1440 you would need to get a monitor with a higher resolution although 1080p is the high end standard for high definition on the web with the standard being 720p so i wouldn't worry about it if you're just worried about recording format.
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Actually, it is the resolution they encode the video at. LevelCap actually doesn't put his videos out as 1080p but at a slightly higher than 1080, around 1120, and YouTube would scale it down to 1080p. With the new option of "1440p" you get the full original resolution if it is higher than 1080p but it doesn't necessarily mean it is true 1440p.
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Originally Posted by TheSocialHermit View Post

Actually, it is the resolution they encode the video at. LevelCap actually doesn't put his videos out as 1080p but at a slightly higher than 1080, around 1120, and YouTube would scale it down to 1080p. With the new option of "1440p" you get the full original resolution if it is higher than 1080p but it doesn't necessarily mean it is true 1440p.
=P you're right. it is indeed whatever the resolution of the encoded video is. Although upscaling doesn't make much sense for YouTube if you're looking for quality.

Never knew they had a 1440p option for youtube. Just the "Original" option. That's new.
Edited by MiniMaster - 10/10/13 at 12:46pm
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