If you ever want to embed part of a YouTube video rather than the full-length footage, use TubeChop.
This tool was brought to our attention by this post on the 10,000 Words blog.
By adding a YouTube URL or keyword into TubeChop you can select part of the footage and save and embed that selection.
For example, here is a clip taken from a video that was 9 minutes in length. It is cut to only show the first part of of the Felix Baumgartner’s skydive from space.
The photo below demonstrates how easy TubeChop is to use.
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