Make your video clear by adjusting different settings
How to make a video clear online
If you’ve got a video clip that’s just a little too dark or blurry because it was taken while your camera was out of focus, then all is not lost.
Clideo’s tool above is a workaround solution that - while isn’t a miracle formula - still will help your blurry video look clearer. It also works online, from any browser, so doesn’t require downloading any dodgy software or third-party apps. And did we mention, it’s free?
The service can be accessed on any device, too, so if you’re wanting to know how to make a video clearer on iPhone and Android as well as Windows or Mac computers, you’ve come to the right place.
Make videos more clear in three easy steps
Upload your clip
First off, hit the ‘Choose file’ button above to upload a video that has any blurry issues you’d like to clear up.
If your video is stored online and not on your device, that’s not a problem, either. Simply tap the down-arrow on the right and you’ll be given the option to upload from a Google Drive or Dropbox account.
If the clip you’re wanting to adjust is already hosted online, on a site like YouTube for instance, then paste the link into the URL box at the bottom of the drop-down menu and it will begin to upload automatically.
Slide to adjust
Once your clip has been uploaded, you’ll be taken to the clear video editor. Here you can adjust the brightness, saturation, contrast and other settings.
To get rid of any blurriness, we’d recommend upping the brightness level and bringing the contrast down a bit. It won’t solve all your problems if your video is extremely out of focus, but it will definitely help clever things up a little.
When you're happy with your adjustments, select an output format. Opt for MP4 if you want it to be played on your phone.
Next, hit the ‘Adjust’ button, and some holding text will appear while your new movie is processed.
Check and download
Now, simply give your newly-adjusted video a preview and once you’re happy, tap the ‘Download’ button. Again, the down-arrow is there if you’d like to save the clip to your Dropbox or Google Drive account.
If you’d like to make some alterations, simply select the ‘Back to edit’ button to do so without starting over.