YouTube has added a feature that lets you make any video into a slow-mo video. Because everything is more awesome in slow-mo, obviously.

It's pretty simple—go to the YouTube editor and select the enhancements tool to apply it to one of your videos. It'll cut the pace of a regular clip down to as slow as an eighth of its normal speed. We gave it a shot, and it worked really smoothly. All you have to do is click a button, and select how much of a delay you want. Check out the results below in the clip of Steve Urkel cashing a check on Halloween. The feature is super easy to use. And that's great because of course, there is never enough slow-mo. [YouTube Blog]