Pixel 8 could save your failed videos with this unique feature

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According to the findings of “9to5Google”, the Mountain View giant is working on a “Video Unblur” feature that would allow captured videos to be much sharper after turning on the option. This could be exclusive to future Pixel 8.

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At the end of 2022, Google impressed us after rolling out the “Photo Unblur” feature, which can be translated as “Photo unblurred” in French. The idea is simple: from the Google Photos app, this option makes your blurry photos sharper thanks to the intelligent processing of the Tensor chip.

The Mountain View firm could just double down on this feature…for videos. Anyway, that’s what I think I know. 9to5Google, who would have made a discovery in this direction. This same tool, but for videos, would have been discovered in this way by the media, who were even able to activate it by force. On the other hand, the feature doesn’t seem to be functional yet.

How would AI intervene in a video?

To see how “Video Unblur”, if that’s its name, would perform on slightly blurred video, as the task is probably trickier on moving subjects and not static ones. We imagine that the AI ​​​​would intervene in the autofocus and the stabilization of the video as a result.

It could also be that this feature is an exclusivity given to the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro, whose first official images are expected in May, at Google I/O 2023.

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After all, the “Magic Eraser” tool was exclusive to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro when they launched. Why not repeat this kind of scheme with the Pixel 8, but with another feature? Although for now, 9to5Google clarifies that “Video Unblur” is not intrinsically linked to the Pixel series based on the lines of code analyzed.

In any case, the project is in development and could be the subject of additional leaks in the coming months.

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