It’s Easier to Link to a YouTube Timestamp

Linking to a specific timestamp of a YouTube video is not a new feature: you only need to append #t=1m30s or #t=90s to a YouTube URL to skip the first 89 seconds of the video (here’s an example).

Now you no longer have to manually add the special parameter to the URL. Just right-click on the video and select “Copy video URL at current time”. It’s probably a good idea to pause the video before using this feature.

http://googlesystem.blogspot.in/2010/12/its-easier-to-link-to-youtube-timestamp.html

http://www.snaphow.com/4910/download-specific-parts-of-youtube-online-videos-in-many-formats

http://www.clipconverter.cc/

http://youtubedownloader.com/

http://youtubedownloader.com/

http://www.wikihow.com/Link-to-a-Certain-Time-in-a-YouTube-Video

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