Add a connected IRL timer to the VOD player.
You know how there's some big event happened and you want to see streamer's reaction to it, but you was offline or following a lot of streamers from a similar directory.
You know the time of an event/announcement, so you need to calculate the time from the start of the VOD and when the stream began to also find an approximate time of the moment. It's harder when there's no preview in the first day or the timeline preview is here, but the streamer showed it off-stream.
So, because of that you usually limit yourself to the 1-2 streamers if some at all, even if you're following a bunch.
My suggestion is to add an option in the VOD player to always show what was an IRL time atm as well. So you can instantly click on your needed minute. Would be perfect if it shows a local time, but one world time is fine too.
This would be nice for people who mod and would like the see the conversation someone was having in a past vod. Example would be a unban request and trying to figure out what is going on in a conversation.
In addition it would be nice to automatically switch to the live stream.
I use to watch VODs with 2x speed (1.75 would be nice) to catch up with the live stream. With the "time remaining" problem, I have to reload the page more and more often the closer I get to real time. At some point I just switch, but always lose a few minutes because of it. A smooth, automatic transition to the live stream would be very helpful.
When a stream is live, you can go to the streamer's past broadcasts to watch the VOD of the current stream. But the time remaining (i.e., the length of the VOD) is obviously only as long as the current point in the live stream.
The annoyance is that this time is frozen to the point at which you started watching the VOD. It would be nice if this "time remaining" was continuously updated so you could seamlessly watch the stream on a delay (currently you have to refresh to get more of the video once you reach the end).