Google just brought over its Auto Enhance feature that debuted with photos to videos. The feature isn't enabled automatically for all videos, but with a single click, you can allow Google to use its algorithms to fine-tune your videos. The feature will work on the Google+ Photos app on Android as well as on Google+ for Mac, Windows and Chrome OS.
In the Android Google+ Photos app, open your video, tap the overflow menu, and then select Auto Enhance.
Here is how Auto Enhance for videos work, according to Google's Tim St. Clair in a Google+ post:
- Use Auto Backup to securely store the videos you shoot.
- Google+ will automatically analyze picture and audio quality. For best results make sure you have Auto Enhance turned on.
- When we think we can make improvements, desktop Web users will see a banner asking whether you'd like to preview enhancements.
- The preview will show an instant side-by-side comparison so you can choose to apply changes or stick with the original.
Source: Tim St. Clair