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How to enable and use the Picture-in-Picture in Safari on a Mac

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Published on Oct 25, 2019

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How to enable and use the Picture-in-Picture in Safari on a Mac

With the update of the macOS Catalina, users can finally enjoy a extraordinary features, Picture-in-Picture when viewing the video in QuickTime Player. And Apple has also extended the same functionality to Safari on the Mac.

If we are watching a video on Safari on a site like YouTube, for example, we can enable the new feature to that video with a simple click. This means that we can continue to do other operations on our Mac while we look at that video.

During playback of the video, just click with the right mouse button or hold down the Ctrl key and click on the volume icon in the address bar and Play in PiP mode.

If we do not have other open tabs, you will see the volume icon in the address bar, but if we have other tabs open, the volume icon will be to the right of the tab.

Once the feature is enabled Picture-in-Picture in Safari, you will see the video shrink and move to one of the corners of the screen.

From there, we can drag the window to another corner, or resize it by dragging one of the edges.

The Picture-in-Picture for Safari is a great addition to the macOS update Catalina. To use this function? Let us know in the comments

 

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