I have inserted video from Google Drive using
<iframe src="https://drive.google.com/file/d/FILE_ID/preview" width="640" height="480"></iframe>
in HTML code component. I wanted to include timestamp links so when I clicked the link - the video would scroll to the desired timestamp (multiple timestamps that would work on the same video).
Does anyone know how do I make it? I assume there is some clever code I could use to achieve it.
EDIT: To include a video with timestamp I just have to add ?tXmYs at the end of the link (where X,Y are the minutes,seconds), but I don't know how to manage multiple timestamps related to one video.
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If you're only embedding one video, then you will only be able to have one timestamp in your URL. It's not possible to include more than one timestamp in a single URL.
If you want to include more, then you'll need to have multiple links with the various timestamps, or simply list the times where your users want to click to from within the iFrame.
This isn't a limitation of Confluence, but a limitation of URLs themselves.
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