It’s true that multitasking has always been part of our lives, and Google today is offering the picture-in-picture (PiP) feature for Youtube that lets you watch on your background and still other things on your laptop.
Practically, it is available on Microsoft’s Windows and has worked automatically for certain video apps on iOS for some time now.
But Mac and Apple’s Safari browser users may have to set up PiP for a YouTube video on macOS. In a few tutorials, you can be able to it.
Youtube’s picture-in-picture (PiP) can be pretty useful, especially if you simply like doing two things at once. It lets you pin a small window showing a video within a larger window on your computer or TV screen.
*. Right-click twice on a YouTube video: This will take you to a menu item to take a video to Picture in Picture.
– Remembering the facts that the first click will get you a menu that lets you copy the URL of the video, embed the code, or do other YouTube-related tasks.
*. In another way, you can also right-click on the ? icon in the search field or tabs
*. Now click on “Enter Picture in Picture.” This will shrink down your video
*. A button will show on the Touch Bar.
*. You can now drag the PiP to any other place on the screen.
*. To test it out, visit any other website on your Mac.
You can easily control the video, by hovering your cursor over the video. Then pause and restart it, take it out of PiP mode, or close the window entirely.
You can also To move the small video window around, you can press down with one finger on your touchpad and use the other finger to move the window around your screen. If you’re using a mouse, then use the Command key.
Meanwhile, if you are a Windows 10 user, you shouldn’t worry as the feature will automatically be embedded. But then, if you can’t wait, you can still install the YouTube Picture in Picture Google Chrome extension be your pinned-video savior.