YouTube has ended the experiment that locked the ability to watch videos in 4K behind its $11.99 a month premium membership,

The idea of having to pay to access higher-resolution videos was a divisive one, with some users calling it a sign of the platform’s downfall, and others saying it was understandable given the cost of streaming 4K content.

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YouTube’s announcement that it had “fully turned off” the experiment, opening the 4K option back up for everyone, was even in response to a snarky tweet about it forcing premium subscriptions. It’s unclear how many people were actually restricted from choosing higher resolutions when the test was in effect.

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