How to use PiP ( Picture in Picture ) on a Samsung TV to Watch 2 Screens at once



Hi, this video shows you a useful feature that a lot of TVs have especially the newer televisions. It is called PiP which stands for Picture in Picture. It is useful if for example you are gaming on your Xbox or PlayStation and you want to watch football at the same time so you don’t miss any action, it allows you to watch 2 things at the same time on the one screen.
Many thanks Vince

22 Replies to “How to use PiP ( Picture in Picture ) on a Samsung TV to Watch 2 Screens at once”

  1. walinton

    im so jealous, i got a sony x900e and it might as well not have a pip mode. From sony website "Note: The PIP window will automatically close if another video starts playing on the main screen." the PIP in the x900e is limited to only 1 screen and i am locked to the browser screen, meaning i cant watch TV and play my game at the same time. I am buying a new tv for black friday this year just because of that?

  2. exodous02

    Can both sources be HDMI if the TV has multiple HDMI ports? So say you're streaming a game and using this TV as a monitor, can you have your desktop as most of the screen and then the system as the the PIP so you can get a live view of the game?

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