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Firefox's built-in PIP icon for videos

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I'm using a video as the background for my website, and Firefox's built-in PIP (Picture-in-Picture) icon for videos is displaying. I don't want it to be visible on my website. I tried using FFmpeg, but it did not work as it was mentioned by some people on Stack Overflow. I read that Firefox won't display this icon for videos in an iframe, but I don't want to use an iframe on my website. Is there any other solution?

I'm using a video as the background for my website, and Firefox's built-in PIP (Picture-in-Picture) icon for videos is displaying. I don't want it to be visible on my website. I tried using FFmpeg, but it did not work as it was mentioned by some people on Stack Overflow. I read that Firefox won't display this icon for videos in an iframe, but I don't want to use an iframe on my website. Is there any other solution?

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

AFAIK, there is only media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.video-toggle.min-video-secs to block PiP for short videos (45 sec).

Try to ask advice on a web development oriented forum.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

AFAIK, there is only media.videocontrols.picture-in-picture.video-toggle.min-video-secs to block PiP for short videos (45 sec).

Try to ask advice on a web development oriented forum.