YouTube's move to eliminate the black lines has migrated from mobile to desktop – but not everyone is happy with push for a bigger video view. This weekend, a Google representative shared an update to the YouTube Player on the desktop of a forum. The move, which first came to the platform's mobile app, aims to increase the size of videos on the traditional YouTube page with the common tools instead of the fullscreen view.
The new look varies based on the video's original aspect ratio. For a 4: 3 video, the black bars are eliminated from the sides of the video, and the footage takes up a larger screen space, where the usual features like "up next" playlist and comments remain.
Vertical Videos Do not take up the whole place, but the smartphone-friendly format appears bigger and replaces the black background for a white. For the 1