How to YouTube Picture-in-Picture in Safari on Mac
This dedicated Picture-in-Picture (PiP) button makes it almost simple to play videos in a floating, movable window on the Mac. Unsurprisingly, This feature the YouTube player doesn’t support. Thankfully, there’s a hidden method to watch YouTube Picture-in-Picture in Safari on Mac.
In this article, you can learn about How to YouTube Picture-in-Picture in Safari on Mac here is detail below:
- Multiple websites in Safari (and the TV app) come with the Picture-in-Picture button. You press it to enter the floating media player.
- Picture-in-Picture button in Vimeo player in Safari.
- The method for YouTube videos is different. Prime, open the YouTube website in Safari and navigate the video you need to watch in Picture-in-Picture mode.
- And Next, right-click once in the video window. You’ll view YouTube’s context menu.
- Right-click once more with YouTube’s menu yet on-screen to open Safari’s context menu. Here, select the “Enter Picture in Picture” option.
- Now, this video will start playing on a floating media player.
- You can drag the player’s edges to resize the window and click and drag to move it around. You can dock it to each one of the edges of your Mac’s screen.
- Now press the Play/Pause button to play or pause the video. Next, click the “X” button to exit and stop playback, or choose the Picture-in-Picture button to move back to the YouTube player in Safari.
The feature Picture-in-Picture for YouTube isn’t only limited to the Mac. You can utilize it on your iPad and also on your iPhone!