Fed up with your artists wobbly cameraphone skills when shooting videos for their YouTube channels? Help is here from YouTube itself, which has launched a new one-click tool to make dodgy videos look better as they’re uploaded. “Sometimes videos suffer from symptoms like ‘shaky-camera-itis’ or ‘augmented-darkness-levels’ that keep viewers from seeing just how awesome your video really is,” explains the YouTube blog. “Now we’re adding a feature that does the work of curing these symptoms for you. If you upload a video that’s shaky or dark, we’ll automatically offer to fix it for you, creating an updated version of your video on YouTube.” This is good news for labels and artists, at a time when many more of the latter are shooting footage while out on the road and uploading it directly to YouTube.