Surely the vast majority use the excellent PiP (Picture in Picture) in Mac mode to view a video or a movie while doing something else on the computer. If you use this feature, you have probably noticed that the window Picture in Picture mode is maintained in one of the four corners of the computer screen. This means that you can not move it by means of a simple mouse gesture and therefore we will teach you how to move the PiP window to suit your needs.
If this is the case you want to move the window Picture in Picture mode to another location on the screen Mac, you can do so by holding down a keyboard key when trying to move the PiP window.
How to move the Picture in Picture mode window on MacTo locate the PiP window on the Mac screen, simply hold down the Command key while dragging the "Picture in Picture" video player window on Mac to other places on the screen.
While holding the Command key, you can move freely and relocate the PiP video window anywhere on the screen.
To try this out for yourself, open a video in PiP mode and play it back as usual. Then hold down the Command key and drag with the mouse the PiP window to locate the place you fancy.
This should be useful anytime, in case you are watching a video in PiP mode on Mac but the video player is blocking an interface component or some important data on the screen.