Article ID : S500023843 / Last Modified : 11/04/2018

What is PIP (Picture-in-Picture) and how to control it?

    Control the PIP (Picture-in-Picture) window.


    PIP (Picture-in-Picture) is a feature activated by a key that allows you to display the TV screen in a smaller window (sub window) (This function is available only when you watch pictures output from a Set Top Box/Digital Video Recorder (Personal Video Recorder)). For example, you can browse the Internet on the full screen, while watching a TV program in a sub window at the same time.

    To use PIP (Picture-in-Picture)
     
    1. Press (Picture-in-Picture) when the TV screen is displayed. When another application is displayed while the Live TV application is running, hold down (Picture-in-Picture) and select TV.
    2. Press (Picture-in-Picture) again to return the TV screen in the sub window to its full size.


    To change the sub window size
     
    1. Hold down (Picture-in-Picture) until the Picture-in-Picture menu appears.
    2. Select Increase size/Decrease size.


    To move the sub window
     
    1. Hold down (Picture-in-Picture) until the Picture-in-Picture menu appears.
    2. Select Move.
    3. Press to move the sub window.
    4. Press (ENTER).


    Notes:
    You may not be able to use PIP (Picture-in-Picture) when a particular application is running. Close the application before using PIP (Picture-in-Picture).

    Tips:
    If you cancel PIP (Picture-in-Picture), you can increase the amount of memory available.