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Jump to time code

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A few minutes ago in the virtual SP summit, Marc Mroz wrote "Stream descriptions already support line feeds, links, and hot linking to a time code to jump to the video"

 

Where can i find more info on the hot linking to a time code?

 

Is or will this feature be available through clientside scripting to jump to a time code via script?

 

We would like to build a video feedback application in which users will be able to add timestamps to a video and add feedback to these timestamps. Would it be possible today to use Stream as a backend for encoding, storing and streaming the video while we manage the timestamps and annotations in our databases?

 

Thanks!

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@BartVermeersch - here is a quick blog post that outlines this - https://stream.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/advanced-video-descriptions/

 

Today, Stream does not allow you to do this in your app as we don't have APIs today.