Improve your YouTube video quality within an app for your best viewing experience, mostly on retina display iOS devices (iPhone, iPad). YouTube gave an official way to boost picture quality for any video.
From here, learn how to set video quality for any footage in the YouTube app. And another helpful chapter is now available for you as an offline YouTube. Stream unlimited video on YouTube when your device cannot connect to the internet over a Wi-Fi or Cellular connection.
Steps for setting video quality for all videos on YouTube
For online video, after you play
Step 1: Launch the YouTube app and Play the video that you want to show in HD or Customized Quality.
Step 2: Once you play the video, you can see the hover menu from the top edge for the video, If you didn’t find tap on a video screen.
Step 3: Now tap on three vertical dots.
Step 4: Next, Tap on Quality to view all options that are compatible with your device for improved video quality.
Step 5: Then, You have to choose to prefer video quality.
Prefer Youtube Video Quality options are
Auto, 1080p, 720p, 480p,360p, 240p, 144p.
Also, keep in mind that: High-resolution video can use more data and Bandwidth. If you are running on limited data, or want to save data then try to keep at lower if possible.
The YouTube application will automatically understand what resolution you need in the next video before play. Continuously change up to 5 to 7 videos.. [Manually using Above Steps]
Set Video resolution for offline video
Go to the Settings for YouTube app, Scroll Below and under the offline section, you can see the Quality option. Set your preferred quality, with that quality you can download all videos.
The default option for this setting is: Ask each time. Although, you can set predefined quality for all videos.
New Updates in App, Find the options below.
Or – Old Version users
Very helpful for all YouTube lover who is interested in watching video song, Movies, TV episode, Comedy and any of the learning lesson or presentation in HD mode.
So set video quality for all videos on YouTube and Share this quick tip for your iPhone, iPad on the comment box.