The only way to describe what I'm trying to do that I can think of is to show the analogy of playing videos on YouTube and other streaming service by timestamps (Rumble does it, too, it's just trickier, as an example).
So, i.e., this video is the source, say: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rc5MGwHtQGs
But I can share these timetamps:
Example 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rc5MGwHtQGs&start=1h20m20s
Example 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rc5MGwHtQGs&start=6h19m49s (let's say because I want to highlight the birds in the video, or something, whatever <g>)
Is there _any_ way to mimic this type of thing but with an mp4 or avi on our computers?!! I have tons of research contained in videos that are found at different timestamps. And it's a pain to have my source Excel document list the timestamps but I have to launch the player, then forward to the spot in question. When I'm in the middle of doing research this is tedious and very time-consuming. And quite a few of my old videos are no longer available online, for whatever reason.
So was wondering if there was a way to add all my research videos in Excel, expanding by topic (which I haven't done due to this very issue), where I can list the timestamp references of the videos.
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