Поиск в Поддержке

Избегайте мошенников, выдающих себя за службу поддержки. Мы никогда не попросим вас позвонить, отправить текстовое сообщение или поделиться личной информацией. Сообщайте о подозрительной активности, используя функцию «Пожаловаться».

Learn More

picture in picture won't stay maximized

  • 5 ответов
  • 2 имеют эту проблему
  • 4 просмотра
  • Последний ответ от bigdumbweirdo

more options

I'm having an issue in which the picture-in-picture pop-out won't stay maximized. It's been happening for a while. I will maximize it on one monitor while I work on another, and it will restore itself to the last size I had it periodically. Usually, if I don't maximize it again, it will change sizes again, a few seconds later, shrinking down to about a 480p sized window.

There's no rhyme or reason for when it happens. I could be in a different FF tab or window, or in a different program, or just sitting there not doing anything, and it can happen. Sometimes, it happens multiple times in a short period of time (just now, it restored itself 7 times in a row, less than 30 seconds apart). It never happens when the video is not playing, however.

This only started a couple months ago, but it got noticeably worse in the past week or so. Does anyone know why this might be happening?

Computer specs are: Windows 10, 10.0.19043, Intel core i5-7500 CPU, ASRock B250 Gaming K4 motherboard, 16GB RAM @ 2133Mhz, NVidia GeForce GTX 1070 GPU, Samsung SSD 860 EVO 1TB.

I'm having an issue in which the picture-in-picture pop-out won't stay maximized. It's been happening for a while. I will maximize it on one monitor while I work on another, and it will restore itself to the last size I had it periodically. Usually, if I don't maximize it again, it will change sizes again, a few seconds later, shrinking down to about a 480p sized window. There's no rhyme or reason for when it happens. I could be in a different FF tab or window, or in a different program, or just sitting there not doing anything, and it can happen. Sometimes, it happens multiple times in a short period of time (just now, it restored itself 7 times in a row, less than 30 seconds apart). It never happens when the video is not playing, however. This only started a couple months ago, but it got noticeably worse in the past week or so. Does anyone know why this might be happening? Computer specs are: Windows 10, 10.0.19043, Intel core i5-7500 CPU, ASRock B250 Gaming K4 motherboard, 16GB RAM @ 2133Mhz, NVidia GeForce GTX 1070 GPU, Samsung SSD 860 EVO 1TB.

Все ответы (5)

more options

Is there any information on this issue? It's continuing to happen, and each time it does, it takes focus, making using any other tab or program impossible while the picture-in-picture is up, which defeats the whole purpose of the feature.

Изменено bigdumbweirdo

more options

Dual monitor settings is a Windows O/S and GPU driver issue that controls that feature.

more options

I think that the dimension of the PiP window will only stay at a custom size as long as you play videos that have the same dimensions. If you play a video with other dimensions then the PiP window is reset to the default size.

more options
more options

cor-el said

I think that the dimension of the PiP window will only stay at a custom size as long as you play videos that have the same dimensions. If you play a video with other dimensions then the PiP window is reset to the default size.

No, that is not accurate. The PIP window is scalable; it will maintain the aspect ratio of the original video, but it can be scaled to any size. In any event, both the pixel dimensions and the aspect ratio of the monitor I normally run it on match the video.

The video window will maximize; but then at random intervals, it will take focus and restore itself without changing size (which pushes the top of the window up the width of the toolbar), and then 1-5 seconds later, it will shrink down to a size much smaller than the original video size. This is not a limitation of the feature, but some sort of bug.