Monday, 10 November 2008

YouTube Offers Deep Linking to the best parts of your videos

YouTube have posted that they can now offer the ability to deep link to a specific part of a video on their site, which has already been a massive hit by their users. This effectively means that if you find a part of a video hilariously funny for example, you can forward not only the link to the clip, but just that specific part (handy if it’s a 20 minute video).

The process could not be easier, to create a deep link to a video, add the following to the end of a YouTube video URL: #t=1m15s. This says to link to the time 1:15 - you can replace the numbers before the 'm' and the 's' with anything you like depending on where you want to link to.