Okay, the video link in your blogging post needs to start at a specific point to tie in with the flow of words, images and just work best.
But the video is a collection of loops, and you don't want all of them coming through the front door of your blog post.
So this morning on our Me In Maine blog post, adding a little code to the link is an quick fix, easy remedy.
To make the video link fired up, toggled to skip what is not needed.
And jump to the chase, to the point in the video, this time a Phish song set to a specific song that's the dessert.
That ties in with the blog post, what is happening in the story telling.
Helping to add color, to make something that could come off mundane be a little more sparkle. You hope.
In the case of this video link, adding "#=7m49s" was all the extension needed to jump to the head of the class.
Cut in line but no one gets upset.
No feathers ruffled. Or a snarky 'tude activated.
Avoiding the open song in a set that is pretty catchy but not the one you want to be acurrate, honest.
In what really happened. But the set is all you have to work with so surgery is needed.
The "m" extension is the minutes into the video now playing, showing but fast forwarded.
After inserting your place to do the video incision, the cut and but in, the placement recorded in seconds is added before the "s".
Piece of cake. Are you using videos in your blog posts for real estate, local events ?
To add another media stream to enhance the final outcome experience of your work?
To showcase your area with life, sound, motion?
Maine, big state, less people. Drop dead gorgeous outdoor beauty abounds all four seasons in Maine.