Picture In Picture Mode
With a music video playing in the background or watching your favorite tv shows while perusing social media, you want to do two things at once, Right? So for this, there is one feature in your MacBook known as PiP(picture in picture) that can be really useful to you. It lets you pin a small window showing a video alongside within a larger window on your MacBook.
These are simple steps to do Picture In Picture Mode:
- Right-click twice on the YouTube Video. 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. The second click will get you a more traditional menu where you can see the loop, show contents and picture in picture
- Click on “Enter Picture in Picture.” Your video will shrink down to a much smaller size.
- Open a new tab on your browser (or several, if you want) and go to another site — or you can leave the browser entirely. The video will keep playing.
- To control the video, hover your cursor over the video. You can pause and restart it, take it out of PiP mode, or close the window entirely.
- 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 you can do click and drag.
So, that’s all. Easy-peasy, isn’t it? Find more of the useful “How to” right here.