Embedding YouTube videos is a pretty useful feature, but it only gives you basic player controls. With EmbedPlus, you can start your videos at a certain time, skip self-defined chapters, add annotations, zoom and more to tweak the video to your liking.
If you're sharing your own video, you probably don't need anything extra, but when you share other people's videos, you sometimes want to tweak the video — start it at a certain point, ignore more boring parts of the video, or just add notes to the video to get your point across. YouTube doesn't let you do this, but free service EmbedPlus adds these and some other pretty neat features to YouTube embeds.
To embed a YouTube video with EmbedPlus, just grab the YouTube link of the original video you want to share, paste it into EmbedPlus, and tweak the size start time, and scene markers for your video. It'll give you a new embed code that you can paste into your blog, PowerPoint, or another social network. Hit the link to check it out, and see our video above for a demonstration of what it can do.
EmbedPlus [via AddictiveTips]