Up the bitrates across the board
Up the bitrate Twitch. We have 4k60 consoles and PCs that can run 4k120, theres zero reason why bandwidth should be limited by anything other than the streamer's ISP. If I have 1GBPS, I should be able to stream a 65000KBPS stream in 4k, practically eliminating artifacts. In addition, transcoding should be a ubiquitous feature. This would only serve to bring actual high quality content to anyone who has the desire to consume it. These artificial limitations are absurd, especially since YouTube has made massive endroads here.
Currently, when viewing twitch.tv 1080p streams using Chrome on a Lenovo laptop that has a 3840x2400 display the stream looks fuzzy.
Upon further inspection (via Settings -> Advanced -> Video Stats) I can see that the reported display resolution is 1280x800 (with a reported video resolution of 1920x1080).
Note that I am able to play 4K60 videos on YouTube in another tab just fine (and I do not mind the small black bars above and below the videos).
increase the binary rate to have videos in 4K, current technology allows it and it would be necessary to evolve with the new sources and not to limit oneself to 1080p
We need streams in 4K60
Necesitamos streams en 4K60