You've been able to edit videos uploaded to YouTube for a while, but a new feature aims to streamline the process further. From now, the site will automatically detect if your video has problems with camera shake or exposure and offer to fix them with a single click. The cleanup will add image stabilization and color correction to the file, and, while it's unlikely to turn your Galaxy Nexus into a RED Epic, should go some way to improving the site's baseline video quality. The processing will only work through a desktop browser, but videos uploaded through mobile will still give you the notification the next time you log into the full site. If you don't accept the offer of a one-click fix, you'll still be able to fine-tune your videos yourself by using the site's previous tools — including an "I'm Feeling Lucky" button that offers similar "one-click" color correction.