If you’ve been enjoying the Picture-in-Picture (PiP) feature when watching recordings in Safari on your Mac, you should know that you can do likewise with Firefox and Chrome.
While they differ a piece in the process to get to PiP and the destinations that it works with, we’ll show you how to use Picture-in-Picture in both Firefox and Chrome. Then you can continue watching recordings while you work using your favored program on Mac.
Enabling Picture-in-Picture in Firefox
In Firefox, make a point to empower the PiP highlight.
1) Click the menu button on the top right of the Firefox window or Firefox from the menu bar and pick Preferences.
2) Select General on the left.
3) Scroll down to Browsing and check the crate to Enable picture-in-picture video controls.
Using Picture-in-Picture in Firefox
At the point when you’re prepared to watch a video or as of now started one on a site like YouTube or Vimeo, put your cursor over the video. You’ll then observe a little blue box appear on the right side. Click it and then click Picture-in-Picture.
The video will jump out and down to the edge of your screen. You would then be able to move it or resize it.
The mini player has a button to pause/play and another to leave picture-in-picture. If you leave, the video will fly back onto the site.
You will likewise observe a little icon on the tab for the video you’re using PiP with.
Using Picture-in-Picture in Chrome
Different than Firefox, Chrome doesn’t as of now have a setting to enable for picture-in-picture mode. This is a local element incorporated with Chrome. There additionally is no convenient minimal blue box letting you know that PiP is accessible.
At the point when you’re watching a video on a site, right-click on the video, move your cursor marginally, and then right-click once more. You’ll see the main alternate route menu pictured underneath on the left and then the one on the right. At the point when you see the one on the right, select Picture in Picture.
Like Firefox, you can move and resize the mini player and have the play/pause and leave buttons.
You’ll additionally observe an icon on the tab that you’re using PiP with.
Wrapping it up
Contrasted with Firefox and Chrome, the PiP get to appears to be significantly less complex in Safari. In any case, you can’t beat the handy blue button in Firefox. Ideally, Google will take a few hints from the others and improve their PiP highlight.
And recollect, not all locales bolster picture-in-picture. So you may go over a video or two where you can’t use PiP mode.
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