HOW TO: Embed Part Of An YouTube Video
- Updated On 07/10/2019
- Author : Pradeep Kumar
- Topic : YouTube
- Short URL : https://hellboundbloggers.com/?p=21813
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Earlier we wrote how to embed Facebook videos on your blog and download YouTube videos, now we are going to see how to embed part of an YouTube video. Suppose if you want to embed an YouTube video which contains lots of advertisement at the beginning and end, you can tweak the code to avoid them. This simple tip will help you cut off those parts in the video and embed it.
Default original iFrame code for a video :
You just need to add the parameter &start= to this code.
Below I mentioned the modified code for iFrame player.
You can check the demo video using this tip below.
Here I have used &start=20, that means it skips the first 20 seconds of the video. Similarly, you can also add &end= parameter to make the video stop at a particular point.
You can also use third-party sites like TubeChop and Splicd for cropping the YouTube videos.
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But &end= is not working.. 🙁
This is a nice trick. Start and End, that's easy to remember and implement. Thanks for sharing!
Pankaj Gupta @ BlogDefined.com
That's a unique post. Also, can you tell me how to block youtube link opening feature when any one is clicking on videos on my blog? Usually if we click twice in middle of the video, it will take to youtube page, How to block that feature?
Are you sure? I clicked the video embedded here twice, it just became fullscreen. 🙂
You're teaching Zoom Effect in PS or telling us how to embed youtube videos parts? 😀
Anyways, awesome trick you found and thanks for sharing it with us. 🙂
Double bonanza! 😉
Riya @ Couponseasy
Nice info!! Actually I want to add some videos on my site but didn't add them before because of ads.. but now I can do that. Thanks!!!
I was looking for such an article.
Now I can embed a part of YouTube with my blog or website.
Sometimes you do not want to embed whole video hence now you can upload a part of it.