If you're using Google Chrome's Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode, you can quickly mute the video using an experimental marker. To enable and use the mute function for picture-in-picture mode.
If you enable something from
chrome: // flags you are using experimental features that have not been tested on all devices and could misbehave. On the way, some errors may occur. So be careful when playing around with some of the available flags.
The experimental flag works with both the built-in browser function and the Chrome extension. Use the extension in this guide for our examples.
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Start Chrome, type
chrome: // Mark in the Omnibox , press Enter and type "Experimental Web Platform" in the search bar.
 Alternatively, you can insert
chrome: // flags / # enable-experimental-web-platform-features into the omnibox and then press Enter to jump directly to To reach the flag.
Click the Field drop-down list next to the Experimental Wen Platform flag, and then click Enabled.
For the changes to take effect, you'll need to restart Chrome. Click the blue "Restart Now" button at the bottom of the page.
If Chrome has restarted, queue up a video, and then click the PiP Extension icon in the toolbar to send it to the Miniplayer overlay.
Now move the mouse pointer over the mini player and click on the speaker icon in the lower left corner, to mute the video.
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