YouTube...wtf?

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    YouTube...wtf?

    Why are all the YouTube embeds posting in that deconstructed manner? It's very disconcerting.

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    Deconstructed manner?

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    Working fine for me. What are you using?

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    Chrome, XP.

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    Just found the answer, AdBlockPlus needed updating.
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    Originally Posted by SoopaSooner View Post
    nice! i'll have to remember that instead of youtubetime for when i just want it to play a certain range of a clip off youtube.

    just so people know

    [ youtube ]videocode?autoplay=0&start=seconds&end=seconds&controls=1&version=3[ /youtube ]

    remove the spaces in between the brackets and youtube and /youtube, replace the red with the characters at the end of the youtube link, replace the green with when you want the video to start (in seconds), and replace the blue with when you want the video to end (in seconds).

    not really sure what controls=1 or version=3 are for, but i guess that doesn't matter.

    the youtubetime way looks like this for anyone that's interested.

    [ youtubetime=seconds ]videocode[ /youtubetime ]
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    Originally Posted by p23570 View Post
    nice! i'll have to remember that instead of youtubetime for when i just want it to play a certain range of a clip off youtube.

    just so people know

    [ youtube ]videocode?autoplay=0&start=seconds&end=seconds&controls=1&version=3[ /youtube ]

    remove the spaces in between the brackets and youtube and /youtube, replace the red with the characters at the end of the youtube link, replace the green with when you want the video to start (in seconds), and replace the blue with when you want the video to end (in seconds).

    not really sure what controls=1 or version=3 are for, but i guess that doesn't matter.

    the youtubetime way looks like this for anyone that's interested.

    [ youtubetime=seconds ]videocode[ /youtubetime ]
    and use "minutes to seconds" on Google to pinpoint the second you want.

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    Originally Posted by BoomerSooner2578 View Post
    and use "minutes to seconds" on Google to pinpoint the second you want.
    or just basic math
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    Originally Posted by p23570 View Post
    or just basic math
    yeah, but when you're linking certain plays in a game, and you're an hour and forty five minutes into it, Google can help.
    Also, I was told there would be no math. :p
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    Originally Posted by p23570 View Post
    nice! i'll have to remember that instead of youtubetime for when i just want it to play a certain range of a clip off youtube.

    just so people know

    [ youtube ]videocode?autoplay=0&start=seconds&end=seconds&controls=1&version=3[ /youtube ]

    remove the spaces in between the brackets and youtube and /youtube, replace the red with the characters at the end of the youtube link, replace the green with when you want the video to start (in seconds), and replace the blue with when you want the video to end (in seconds).

    not really sure what controls=1 or version=3 are for, but i guess that doesn't matter.

    the youtubetime way looks like this for anyone that's interested.

    [ youtubetime=seconds ]videocode[ /youtubetime ]
    Yeah after some searching I got it off here

    http://www.youtubecutter.com/
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