YouTube has made it easier for content creators to edit videos by rolling out a new feature that adjusts visual quality with the click of a button.

Last September, YouTube launched Video Editor, which enabled you to edit your video directly on YouTube. From there you could control the video’s rotation, brightness, stability, and so on.

However, if you’re looking for more of a quick fix, the Video Manager is your best bet. After you’ve uploaded a video, the new tool will notify you if your video is in need of minor edits — for example, if the video is shaky or dark.

Once you’ve clicked the button to fix it, you’ll see a side-by-side preview to help you decide if you want to accept the edits. If you’re unhappy with the changes, you can always revert the video back to its original format.

Additionally, if you’ve uploaded a video from your mobile device, you will have to wait until you’re logged in through the desktop service to access the Video Manager.

While the YouTube Video Manager doesn’t offer all the bells and whistles of professional editing software, it will allow you to make quick and simple fixes that improve the overall quality of your videos.

[Via: Mashable, Image credit: The Blue Wig]