This video shows you how to link to the middle of a YouTube video.
Basically, you add the following code to the end of the video URL:
The “1m” stands for 1 minute and the “47s” stands for 47 seconds. So, the following link goes to 1:47 of the video:
Sorry to say , but you need to drop the final “s” in your link example , then it will work. 🙂
Are you saying it should be #t=1m47?
#t=1m47s works fine for me.
I am using Firefox and #t=1m47s doesn’t work for me but #t=1m47 DOES ….. So as far as I am concerned ….
I’m using firefox and the “s” works for me.
Thanks for the tip. I’m on vacation in LA right now, but when I get home I will try this and let you know how I make out. Love this site!
thanks for this tip, it helped a lot
and big thanks to Guy because the code didn t work for me with the “s” at the end for some reason until i saw his post then i dropped it (the “s” i mean lol)
I have a playlist on youtube. Is it possible to add the #t parameter to items within the playlist?
Does this work for embedding? Thanks
Also, the number of seconds works too (I use #at=200 to link to the 200th second)
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How to Link to the Middle of a YouTube Video!
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