It is possible to link a page of a pdf, with the following syntax:
or, if the file is within your localhost folder
It is possible to link to a given location of an epub file, i.g. with calibre viewer, with a code like the following
You can get the string after open_at (in the above case:
epubcfi(/10/2/4/2/132/18/1:65) in the calibre viewer, this way:
- right click
- -> go to
- -> location
- -> current location (above in the window) : copy
with VLC you can use this code
vlc file:///my-path/my-video.mp4 --start-time=90
where ’90’ are the seconds (after the start of video).
I didn’t manage, so far, to open a video with such a code from a browser.
You ca do it in several ways. With play (sox) in Linux you can use a code setting not only the start time, but the end one as well:
play '/your-path/your-file.ogg' trim 5:18 =7:01
where 5:18 is the start time, and 7:01 the end one (=7.01 and not = 7:01)