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MacOS Sierra Guide: Picture-in-picture

MacOS Sierra Guide Picture-in-Picture ( pip )

MacOS Sierra Guide: Picture-in-picture

Picture-in-Picture mode or shortly PiP is one of the best features of MacOS Sierra which just came out. It basically allows you to make a video smaller so you will be able to watch it when you are working on other apps.

On some websites such as Vimeo, you will already see a button for this feature but you won’t see the same button on YouTube or Netflix. However, most of us want to use this feature with YouTube; not with Vimeo.

There is actually a way to do this.

MacOS Sierra Guide Picture-in-Picture ( pip )

1 – Option click on the video

Assuming that you are already on YouTube and in the video that you want to watch in Picture-in-Picture mode, you need to option click on the video twice. First time, you will see YouTube Options and when you click for the second time, you will MacOS menu.

MacOS Sierra Guide Picture-in-Picture MacOS Sierra Guide Picture-in-Picture

2 – Select “Enter Picture-in-Picture”

You will see an option called “Enter Picture-in-Picture”. After you click that, the video will be shrunk and you can be dragged to the corners.

MacOS Sierra Guide Picture-in-Picture

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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