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how to watch YouTube videos picture in picture

How To Watch YouTube Videos Picture in Picture On iPhone In iOS 14

Last updated on October 3rd, 2020 at 12:39 pmThere has been a lot hype regarding the YouTube PiP feature over the last few weeks! iOS 14 has introduced native picture-in-picture functionality for iPhone. However, YouTube reacted immediately and restricted iOS and iPadOS users, from being able to multitask while watching videos in the app….

How to copy your Facebook photos and videos

How To Download All Your Facebook Photos And Videos To Your Computer Or Google Photos

No matter if you had enough of Facebook and want to close your account, or you’re simply looking to backup all the media that you posted throughout the years on the social media platform, you’ve landed in the proper place. In this article we will go through the steps required to download all your Facebook…

How to use Youtube Chapters on iPhone

How To Use YouTube Chapters To Quickly Find Specific Content In Videos

Watching specific content on YouTube has just become more easy! The Google owned video-sharing platform has been updated with a new feature called “Chapters”. It allows content creators to add timestamps directly into the video progress bar. This means that with YouTube Chapters enabled, you can scrub the video bar for specific content. A topic…

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VideoProc Video Processing Software for Mac [License Giveaway & An iPhone XS To Win]

Last updated on November 24th, 2018 at 10:43 am Many of us use our iOS and Android devices to capture family videos and various other footage that we find interesting for sharing on social media or other similar communication channels. With the 4K video technology becoming more and more accessible media editing software is a…

SDR vs Dolby Vision video content

Use Maximum Brightness When Watching HDR Or Dolby Vision Content On iPhone X, XS And XS Max

Did you know that you have to maximize the iPhone’s display brightness when watching HDR or Dolby Vision content in order to get the best viewing experience? This type of media content looks dull, less vivid if it’s not displayed on a high brightness background. Apparently, iOS doesn’t tweak the iPhone’s brightness automatically when high…