Google could bring its Photos Unblur AI magic to videos



Video Unblur essentially employs AI to capture frames from your video, determine which frames are blurry and then recreate them with a higher level of clarity. In other words, it creates a new video that consists of only the sharpest frames from the original video. This should create a video that looks great on even the most finicky YouTube thumbnail.

This feature isn’t new. It’s actually been available in the Pixel

The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro pack several handy camera features. Photo Unblur is one of them, which uses AI magic to sharpen your blurry photos. It is one of the many features that make the Pixel 7 series our favorite Android phone on the market. Google is now looking to take things up a notch and is reportedly working on Video Unblur to make your video look sharper and clearer.

There is no word yet on when the Video Unblur tool will be launched, it’s just a matter of time.


If you want to watch your videos in full screen mode on Google Photos, you need to tap on the expand button on the right side of the screen. It will expand your video player to fit the entire screen.

9to5Google managed to force enable the Video Unblur tool, though it does not seem to be working right now as it had no impact on the video quality. Google could still be developing the tool, which explains why it is not working right now. Like Photo Unblur, Video Unblur will rely on AI magic to make your videos sharper and clear, irrespective of whether they were recorded on a Pixel.

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