How to Mute Chrome’s Picture-in-Picture Videos

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If you’re using Google Chrome’s Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode, an experimental flag can give you the ability to mute the video quickly. Here’s how to enable and use the mute feature for Picture-in-Picture mode.

When you enable anything from chrome://flags, you’re using experimental features that haven’t been tested on all devices and could misbehave. You can potentially run into a few bugs along the way, so be careful when playing around with some of the available flags.

The experimental flag works on both the browser’s built-in feature and the Chrome extension, but we’ll be using the extension in this guide for our examples.

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Fire up Chrome, type chrome://flags into the Omnibox, hit Enter, and then type “Experimental web platform” into the search bar.

Go to the Flags page and type Experimental Web Platform into the search bar

Alternatively, paste chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-web-platform-features into the Omnibox, and then hit Enter to go directly to the flag.

Click the drop-down box next to “Experimental Wen Platform” flag and then click “Enabled.”

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