We have a free, easy to use tool that helps you make a video link that begins at the time you want. The basic concept is related to the process of using a “timestamp” or a “timecode” so a video URL starts at specific time.
Below we have some research about timecodes in URLs, as well as specific notes about YouTube URLs that start at a certain time, Vimeo links with timestamps, how to share a Facebook video at a certain time, how to make a Twitch video start at a specific time, and more.
A: A URL parameter is something that is added on to the end of an URL to change its properties. For video links, the most commonly used ones change the start time of the video.
A: A timestamp, otherwise known as a timecode, is a reference to a specific time in a video. This is useful when you are trying to share a video starting at a certain time.
A: For most video platforms, you can add parameters to the end of the video URL to make the video start at a certain time. However, it isn’t the same for every video site. At MakeVideoLink.com, we provide a one-for-all(most) solution that you can use for all major video platforms.