Link to a specific starting place within a video hosted on YouTube.
- [Instructor] There are times when I don't need my audience…to view an entire video.…There might be a specific step within the video…that I want to direct my viewers to,…or maybe I have a 52 minute podcast video…that I want my audience to start watching at 30 minutes in.…Let's take a look at the process…for linking to a specific spot within a video in YouTube.…I have a video open that I've uploaded to YouTube.…I'm going to click Share under the video.…Under my link, I'm going to check the box…that says Start at.…
If I leave that box unchecked,…my video link will just direct viewers…to the start of the video.…But by checking that box,…I take them to a specific section of the video.…I can then use the timeline to navigate to the exact place…that I want the video to begin.…YouTube automatically adds that start time in the field.…Check out the URL address in the sharing field…as I check and uncheck this box.…YouTube creates a specific URL link…for the spot in the video I have selected.…
Once I've selected my starting time,…
- Understanding the Camtasia 9 interface
- Recording tips and tricks
- Capturing your video
- Providing feedback
- Capturing a slide presentation
- Making a basic edit
- Adding annotations, transitions, and music
- Hiding mistakes
- Posting your video
Skill Level Intermediate
Elearning Techniques: Visual Designwith Sally Cox1h 34m Intermediate
1. Getting Ready
Preparing to create a video1m 47s
2. Capturing Your Video
3. Producing Your Video
4. Sharing Your Video
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