You can use this YouTube URL generator to construct a URL that will play the video but will automatically start the video at a time that you specify
How To Use
- Copy the URL from the video in YouTube
- Specify the start time in minutes and seconds
- Decide if you want the video to loop
- Click [Generate] then preview the video before copying the URL
- If the URL is coorect copy it and use it as necessary.
- 27th October 2017 - Output URL now uses HTTPS
- 27th October 2017 - Now allows more than 2 digits on start time minutes. To allow it to start at over 60 minutes
Comments For This Page
By Katy hay on 22nd June 2020
For then end time, we cannot find any way to specify the end time on a raw URL link. If anyone can suggest otherwise, please let us know!
By Daft Logic on 17th June 2020
You To Good
By केशव on 16th June 2020
I get the start time, any way to specify end time?
On 16th June 2020
By Subhajit das on 23rd April 2020
By vino on 19th April 2020
Yes, it does work with mobile, but you need to use only the Video ID at the end of the link as your source.
By Jim on 1st April 2020
miss the function to add closed captions automaticaly.. especially i need one with an automatic translated subtitle
By darkpsy on 11th December 2019
Doesn't work on mobile...
On 8th November 2019
By skhan on 21st June 2019
By Black gaming on 6th February 2019
By Mahesh on 22nd November 2018
Hellow 80s 90s
By Fher on 21st June 2018
Can you explain why it is not working please?
By Daft Logic on 9th May 2018
its not working
On 9th May 2018
On 10th January 2018
ravindra. Thanks, This should now work.
By Daft Logic on 27th October 2017
if min is greater than 99, say 132 min in a 3_ hour video...how to create youtube link
By ravindra on 23rd October 2017
On 30th November 2014
By yes on 15th July 2014
The Comment Section with Cayden Claeys
By Cayden Claeys on 30th June 2014
Wouu gracias me sirvio mucho tenia errores
By Op7Gamer on 28th June 2014
By andii on 15th May 2014
Thanks Johnny, this is now resolved. Also, it can now cope with underscores in the video ID.
By Daft Logic on 14th April 2014
The output designates both the minutes and seconds of the timestamp as minutes (that is, it says "[url]&t=xmxxm" rather than "[url]&t=xmxxs"). You need to change the second "m" to "s"!
By Johnny Yen on 13th April 2014
By laurentiu chis on 31st January 2014
WEll...this is the first video... pretty much an intro since it's very slow and boring but i promise the next two will be the best.
By Foofle222 on 11th November 2013
By zainul on 11th November 2013
My first Dj set
On 6th July 2013
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