|reply to slajoh01 |
Re: VLC question
You can run it through the console using a console command.
vlc.exe --start-time <number of seconds> <location of file>
It won't save the start time so you'll need to run it through the the command every time (may run it by a .bat file).
If you run it frequently enough you might as well follow sekim 's advice and just create an edited version with your required start time.
How can I edit it ?
Do I need to use third party program?
Just run the command in the OS' terminal console. You could also use the command in a script file such as .bat (just customize the command in a text editor like Notepad and save it as a file with a .bat extension) in Windows and use that to start VLC and play the file.
However editing and a version of the file with only the parts you need to play would be far more elegant.