YouTube Video - 2160p (Maximum)

Comparison chart illustrating the YouTube 2160p Video size compared to other standard video sizes

2160p YouTube Videos are the maximum video resolution format available on the platform. As implied by being the maximum available quality, 2160p videos provide the sharpest possible details, colors, and speed and should be watched on TVS or monitors with 2160p capabilities.

YouTube 2160p Videos have a height of 2160 px and width of 3840 px for an aspect ratio of 16:9. 2160p videos are the maximum file resolutions that can be uploaded and shared on YouTube.


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2160 px
3840 px
Aspect Ratio:
2160p (4k)

Formats: MOV, MPEG4, MP4, AVI, WMV, MPEGPS, FLV, 3GPP, WebM, DNxHR, ProRes, CineForm, HEVC

Frame Rates: 24, 25, 30, 48, 50, 60 FPS

Video Codec: H.264 progressive (recommended)

Audio Codec: AAC-LC (recommended)

Bitrate (SDR): 35-45 Mbps (Standard); 53-68 Mbps (High)

Bitrate (HDR): 44-56 Mbps (Standard); 66-85 Mbps (High)

Duration: 12 hrs (max)

Print Sizes: 53.33” x 30” | 135.5 x 76.2 cm

File Size:
128 GB (max)


Drawings include:
YouTube Video (2160p) interface mockup; size comparison

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Youtube is an online video sharing platform created by founders Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim. Founded in 2005, Youtube is now the second most popular site in the world, and is the go-to site for bloggers, watchers and conspiracy enthusiasts alike.