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Where can I info on youtube videos?

YouTube re-encodes the video once it is uploaded, so I don't think you can find the original file's bitrate.

This sheet of info might help though:

https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/1722171?hl=en

 

It shows what bitrate they recommend at what resolution.

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Your best bet would be to use the stats for nerds and see what the playback bitrate is. What information are you looking for exactly? Is it with making your own youtube videos? I may be of help; being someone who has actually made videos before at a really good quality with low file sizes

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5 minutes ago, jkeasley said:

Your best bet would be to use the stats for nerds and see what the playback bitrate is. What information are you looking for exactly? Is it with making your own youtube videos? I may be of help; being someone who has actually made videos before at a really good quality with low file sizes

nah im just curios cause its sounds waay better than spotify haha

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1 minute ago, drkknghtavngr said:

nah im just curios cause its sounds waay better than spotify haha

I believe that with spotify premium that you can increase the bitrate.

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4 minutes ago, drkknghtavngr said:

nah im just curios cause its sounds waay better than spotify haha

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15 minutes ago, drkknghtavngr said:

nah im just curios cause its sounds waay better than spotify haha

You must be using Spotify Free. Premium is worth it IMO for the higher quality audio. 

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Yeah, spotify extreme quality is 320kbps if im not mistaken. The normal quality is just 90kbps. Im not a audio enthusiast or anything, but I noticed that some artists sounded really bad (mainly instrument heavy songs) and going to the extreme quality solved the problem instantly.

Ultra is stupid. ALWAYS.

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