Videos with 60 FPS are still new on YouTube, but brought greater flexibility and fluidity in image quality. However, many users have reported facing problems while playing some of these videos on Google Chrome. Fortunately, the drawback, which is connected directly to hardware acceleration, can be resolved. Here's how, using Google Chrome.
Step 1. Click the three lines on the right side of Chrome and access the Settings option;
Step 2. Click on the link text Show advanced settings ...;
Step 3. Clear the Use hardware acceleration when available option;
Then just click Restart to restart Google Chrome. With this small change, the videos should stop locking and you can make better use of the resource on the YouTube site.