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Old 01-26-2018, 10:54 AM   #1
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Is there anyway to include youtube with start time? I've seen it done on other forums with
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[youtube=time]video link[/youtube]
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[*youtube]video link#time[/youtube]
or something similar but haven't been able to get it working here.
In the Youtube URL there is usually a
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&t=XXX
for this but I don't know where to put it when trying to post.
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Old 01-26-2018, 08:01 PM   #2
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There is a way to use an option to do the first one you mentioned, but it seems to have the side effect of not accepting ones without the time option.. so any bbcodes without the "=time" won't work.

That's unfortunate. I am looking at another alternative for embedding tweets and if it works I would imagine it would work for YouTube as well.
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There is a way to use an option to do the first one you mentioned, but it seems to have the side effect of not accepting ones without the time option.. so any bbcodes without the "=time" won't work.

That's unfortunate. I am looking at another alternative for embedding tweets and if it works I would imagine it would work for YouTube as well.
Just noticed that start/end timestamps work on embedded youtube videos in a desktop browser. Syntax appears to be to append &start=<timestamp>&end=<timestamp> to the video identifier.

The example I saw was in the US Politics thread. The link there was:

[/QUOTE]

Unfortunately, it seems to screw up the link in Tapatalk. In Tapatalk, only a hyperlink appears. Clicking it browses to <videolink>/?start=<timestamp>&end=<timestamp> without the http://youtube.com/ prefix. So in the above example, tapatalk tries to redirect to http://h-s2Vfsu0nU/&start=183&end=429

Hoping there's a way to get both working.
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