Quick Picture-in-Picture Video
Floating Pic-in-Pic (PiP) video with useful shortcuts.
What is Quick Picture-in-Picture Video?
"Quick Picture-in-Picture Video" is an Edge add-on that enables users to view videos in a resizable 'always on top' floating window, providing an efficient way of multi-tasking. One of its useful features prevents the video from stopping by duplicating the active tab. The add-on also includes convenient keyboard shortcuts to toggle Pause/Play and PiP video. Its non-persistent background adds to its memory efficiency.
Picture-in-Picture (PiP) floating video, is a great way of watching videos while you work on other things on your computer. A small resizable floating window will show the selected video in "always on top" mode on your desktop.
A drawback of PiP video is that you cannot keep on browsing on the website you applied PiP, because video reference gets lost and video stops playing. To avoid this, the extension gives you a quick fix shortcut (Alt+O) will Open a duplicate of the current active Tab, so you can let one copy for PiP video playback "reference" and the other for continue browsing. It also enables (Alt+Shift+P) shortcut in the browser for quick toggling between Play and Pause mode.
To apply PiP video, click the extension icon or press (Alt+P) shortcut while target video is playing. This extension is memory efficient due to its non-persistent background.
Shortcuts: Alt+P: Shows PiP video (last playing video). Alt+Shift+P: toggles Pause/Play. Alt+O: Opens duplicate of current active tab.
Quick Picture-in-Picture Video may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.
Quick Picture-in-Picture Video has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.