YouTube will be able to show more HD(High Quality Definition Videos) upto 1080 Pixels. Up from YouTube’s maximum output of 720p today, YouTube’s HD mode will be adding support from next to view videos in 720p or 1080p, depending on the resolution of the original source.
More HD Quality videos means improved sharpness in videos with visual clarity and difference is more noticeable in videos that have fast movements and in full-screen mode.
Here is a Test Video showing 1080 P Video on YouTube. For those who have already uploaded the 1080 p resolution videos YouTube will be rencoding those videos from next week with same 16:9 aspect ratio. YouTube has made this up-gradation attempt so as to cope-up with increasing resolution of consumer cameras YouTube users use to upload their videos.
Noticeably, CBS.com and TV.com has got the highest video resolution of 1920×1080 P, from next week onwards YouTube will catch up the pace to showcase highest resolution videos on web and even able to let user upload HDTV quality videos.