Not only has the ability to blur, Video Color Enhancer also helps improve the color quality of the video at the optimal level or customized by you. Video Color Enhancer is easy to use and intuitive, as all changes are previewed.
Video Color Enhancer supports Chrome and Microsoft Edge. You install the extension for your browser according to the link below.
Once installed, find and pin the Video Color Enhancer in the Extensions icon to the Chrome browser toolbar. With Microsoft Edge, you can play the video right away.
Video Color Enhancer works on all websites, including video embedding websites. In this article, I tried to do it on YouTube, you can pause video playback and then click the Video Color Enhancer icon to tweak the color quality for the video.
You have the following options:
– Thường: Normal fine-tuning mode, Video Color Enhancer will keep default video color.
– Enhanced: Optimal fine-tuning mode, Video Color Enhancer will fine-tune the video color to look more vibrant.
– Gray Scale: Sad mode fine tune, if you want video with dark gray gamut like classic movies then choose.
– Custom: Customizable mode optional, it’s the same thường so you can customize it as you like.
Video Color Enhancer allows you to tweak the brightness (Brightness), saturation (Saturation), contrast (Contrast), sepia effect (Sepia), blur (Blur), negative effect (Invert). Any changes are immediately visible on the video for you to see. If satisfied, press Save save settings. I see you do not need to press Save Because the utility can still remember it and in the next opening (current session), if you want to cancel the effect, click Cancel.
With only using the blur effect, I feel quite good, but it only blurs up to 50%. If you want to cover (the whole website), you can use the Privacy Screen and Security Blur utility introduced by Digital Experience.