01(1) YouTube adds darkness and shakiness fixes via its video editing tool

YouTube's built-in video editor has just been updated with a couple new features that many uploaders can benefit from in submitting a better presented video. A common issue can be seen with YouTube videos uploaded daily where the camera wasn't held still enough to do away with the general shakiness (unless they've gone to the extent of using a tripod), while another common symptom can be related to augmented darkness levels.

YouTube's built-in video editor has just been updated with a couple new features that many uploaders can benefit from in submitting a better presented video. A common issue can be seen with YouTube videos uploaded daily where the camera wasn't held still enough to do away with the general shakiness (unless they've gone to the extent of using a tripod), while another common symptom can be related to augmented darkness levels.

The video editor addresses these symptoms hereon in the simplest way possible. If a video is uploaded YouTube can sense if it could do with some adjustments and will alert the user via a notification bar on the upload page offering to fix it up – upon doing so an updated version will be placed alongside the original allowing you to compare the differences and decide which you'd like to go online.

The animated video demonstration below animates the above information, while the new features are now available to try out for yourself in the YouTube video editor.