nedelja, 28. julij 2013

Set a time of play on a youtube video

Hey, yall.

It used to work with putting #at=160 at the end of a video, for example. But Youtube changed something - and to be honest, made it much, much simpler.

Now, if you want to set a time in a given youtube video, you simply have to check what lapsed time it shows, then add this to the URL link:
[Which probably means: and time = XX min, YY sec.]

So, if you want to show a specific part of an ultimate frisbee game, for example, like this next nice example of rotation in a stack and give-and-gos, you know what to do.
[This will thus take you to the video, starting at 16:49.
If you don't want to muck around with all this thinking and writing, you could use the good ole ctrl+l, ctrl+c, ctrl+t, then go to this page and ctrl+v your URL, plus state the time.]

Another potentially useful "line of code" to enter after a link is:
, also known as the Wadsworth constant, after a Reddit user 'Wadsworth', who posted a comment that usually first 1/3 of any given Youtube video is crap and thus, worth skipping. :) Honestly, see here.

[PS - It seems the Wadsworth overrules the set-time line, so if you put both, the W. constant will apply.]

Addendum: "I'm incredibly excited..." that the Wadsworth applies also in the case of this, otherwise quite inspiring video about Sugru entering the world of professional fencing. Watch the video of Leon Paul's sword grips ... with the constant applied. (Original site here.)
 Got the link to the Leon Paul's affiliation through another article,titled 'Jane ni Dhulchaointigh: Where Sugru Comes From', here.

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