All of us are familiar with YouTube, the massive video sharing website where you can upload your own videos or view other people’s videos. What some of us may not be familiar with is a feature introduced to YouTube in October of 2008 that allows users to link to a a specific time in a video.
Now you might think that this is a hassle. Well, there are alternative ways of generating a link to a time in a video. The easiest way is probably right clicking on the video player and selecting “Copy video URL at current time”. This will generate a link to the corresponding time in the video and copy it to your clipboard. Alternatively, head on over to http://youtubetime.com/ and fill out the simple form and you will be provided with the link to the time you specify.
Right click the video and click "Copy URL at current time"
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