You can not.
You just have to use the embed code again in order to show the second part. You simply cannot have the video skipping a part and then continuing to another. This would be as if you edit the video, something not possible when just viewing it.
There is a browser add-on for Google Chrome and Firefox available and actively maintained as of 2019:
Audio Equalizer and Amplifier
Apparently it's not just for YouTube, but that's what I needed something for a few years ago, and that's what I needed again now. This time I found it and it's working for me right now.
It has a pre-amplifier and also q ...
Right click on the ad video area and select Stats for nerds from the contextual menu.
Find line with the Video ID in the little box and copy its string value next to it.
Open a new tab and type in the address bar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViDe0_1D.
Add this Chrome extension to get rid of YouTube ads.
You won't need to wait 5 seconds anymore to watch the next video and this extension removes the bottom popovers as well.
Below are the steps to install this extension to your Chrome browser (for newbies).
I had same issue. The solution I came up with is using Autohotkey.
Install Autohotkey from here and save following script as tmp.ahk and execute the file by clicking.
You can rewind Youtube videos for 1 second by z and forward Youtube videos for 1 second by x.
#If WinActive("ahk_exe chrome.exe") &&...
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Subscribe to YouTube channels via RSS and use your RSS feed reader to handle grouping, tagging etc.
Use PocketTube (available for Firefox, Chrome, Android and iOS). It does not seem to be free software although the Firefox version claims it is released under the Mozilla Public License 2.0.
Create a Google account for every category ...
These are auto-generated videos. YouTube uses them if they have a licensing deal with a label, but no regular videos of it exist yet. If you google the channels, you'll find that they've been uploaded by an auto-generated topic channel (with the name being "artist - Topic"), however, on YouTube itself the fact that these videos come from an auto-generated ...
It will take a while for your new channel name to be updated across all Google sergers. Give it some time and you’ll see your new channel name show up in search.
I changed my YouTube channel name as well and noticed it took a while to update site-wide.
As far as I know and also based on my experience there's no way to disable the timeout. Though I believe there's a difference between the device you're using, such as computer browser versus phone app.
YouTube has removed the option to set your preferred video quality during playback.
At the moment it is only possible if you use some extension, add-on or plugin. Please have a look at the Chrome Extensions under "YouTube HD".
You should also check whether your system supports the VP9 codec. (It is what YouTube uses since it is royalty-free).
If it ...
There is an easy way available. Just go to Google Photos and login with the same id which you use in Google Drive.
There you will find an Upload option. Click that, and then you'll get to upload files from either the computer or Google Drive. Just Click on Google Drive and your video will be imported in Google Photo.
Now log in to YouTube with the same ...