Move a Video Frame in the Studio ('Picture-in-Picture' Mode)

In the Studio, you can move a participant's video frame to a different location using the Picture-in-Picture function. The video frame floats above other windows, so you can still see yourself or another participant if you share your screen and switch to another document, program, or browser tab. Follow the steps below to start Picture in Picture on a video frame on a computer.

Use the Picture-in-Picture function to move a participant's video frame or your own closer to your device's built-in camera.

Step by step:

  1. Using your computer, join a Riverside Studio.
  2. Right-click or Ctrl-click on a participant's live video frame.
  3. On the context menu, click Picture in Picture.
    The participant's video is displayed in a smaller floating window.
    Click and drag the Picture-in-Picture video frame to move it.
    Hover over the frame and click Back to Tab to return it the Studio's grid. If you are looking at a different browser tab, you will also switch back to the Studio's tab.
If you view your own video as Picture-in-Picture, it displays the video without mirroring.

When you move a Picture-in-Picture frame, it does not change what other participants see in the Studio or the arrangement of videos in the recording.

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View a Video Frame at Fullscreen in the Studio
Expand a Video Frame in the Studio

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