[SOLVED] Linking multiple songs to the same video

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<a href="/el/translator/julietarab" class="userpopupinfo" rel="user1050123">julietarab <div class="author_icon" title="Page author" ></div></a>
Ημ. Εγγραφής: 15.10.2009
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I am adding several songs from a 1970s folk duo, Geoff and Pennie Harris. The only recording of these songs available on YouTube is a live folk club performance, which includes four or five songs. I used this YouTube link to add the first song, citing the time stamps in my comments, which worked well, but when I try to add it again for the second song, it won’t post and I get a message saying this video is already in use.

Here is the first song that I already added with the video. It starts at 9:45:
https://lyricstranslate.com/en/geoff-and-pennie-harris-low-down-broom-ly...

Here is the second song that I would like to link to the same video. It starts at 5:05:
https://lyricstranslate.com/en/geoff-and-pennie-harris-shepherds-song-st...

As you can see I left the video blank and just added the link in the comments. If you can fix it for me with an actual video link, I’ll go back and edit my comment.

I would also like to link this previously added song to the same video as well. For this one song starts at 14:15. (I added this one back in October before finding the video)
https://lyricstranslate.com/en/geoff-and-pennie-harris-drink-winter-away...

And there is one more song I haven’t added yet that I would like to link once I’ve transcribed the lyrics.

Thanks in advance for any help with this situation. It would seem be a common problem, but I can’t find a description of it anywhere. If it has been answered already, I apologise for the duplication!

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<a href="/el/translator/razq" class="userpopupinfo" rel="user1150388">Razq <div class="editor_icon" title="Editor/in" ></div></a>
Ημ. Εγγραφής: 09.01.2013

I added the video to this one for you:
https://lyricstranslate.com/en/geoff-and-pennie-harris-shepherds-song-st...

The trick is simple. Just use the timestamp link instead of the general link:
https://youtu.be/qDrt32gwtzo?t=305
instead of
https://youtu.be/qDrt32gwtzo

To get the timestamp link, go to the desired moment, right click on the YT video and select "Copy video URL at current time"

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<a href="/el/translator/julietarab" class="userpopupinfo" rel="user1050123">julietarab <div class="author_icon" title="Page author" ></div></a>
Ημ. Εγγραφής: 15.10.2009

Thank you! Is there a way to get that timestamp link using an iPad? If not, can I create it manually?

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<a href="/el/translator/razq" class="userpopupinfo" rel="user1150388">Razq <div class="editor_icon" title="Editor/in" ></div></a>
Ημ. Εγγραφής: 09.01.2013

I have never used an iPad, so I don't know if it really matters or not (I guess it doesn't matter what device you are using)

Another way is using an external service such as:
https://farotech.com/youtube-timestamp-link-generator/

You can of course create the timestamp links manually. You can read about it here:
https://www.lifewire.com/link-to-specific-part-of-youtube-video-1616414

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<a href="/el/translator/julietarab" class="userpopupinfo" rel="user1050123">julietarab <div class="author_icon" title="Page author" ></div></a>
Ημ. Εγγραφής: 15.10.2009

Thank you so much! The article explains various ways to do it. This will be extremely helpful going forward!