MS Stream link - URL parameter to show specific subtitle

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Dear all,
Thank you for being part of this community.

I could not find anything that answers my issue.
I only found some dead uservoice from 2017 that did not proceed.

Imagine you have a video with 4-5 languages (e.g. English, Spanish, French, German, Chinese) and want to send seperate links "by language".

Is it possible to share links with some parameter like subtitle=xy?
e.g. https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/<videoID>?subtitle=ENGLISH
or https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/<videoID>?subtitle=GERMAN


Best Regards,
Daniel

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I don't have any suggestions- but stumbled across this post when looking for answers for the same dilemma. It seems that there would be a way to do this... and it would be especially helpful in situations where the intended audience has a low technical level.