The guys at YouTube have been busy refining the Video Editor and Video Manager applications, just so users can have an easier time editing their YouTube videos. And their latest blog post has revealed a new feature that allows users to adjust the video quality of their uploaded videos.
When users upload a video that's too dark or shaky, a notification will pop up on the Upload page as well as in their Video Manager offering to fix the video. If the user accepts, YouTube will display a preview of the edited video as well as the unedited version so users can compare the changes. Changes made can be undone later on, so if you're unsatisfied with the edits, you can always revert to the original version.
Check out the video below for an overview of the changes made to the Video Manager.
Source: YouTube Blog