Article ID : 00200572 / Last Modified : 26/06/2022

Comparing Picture-in-Picture (PIP), Picture-and-Picture (P&P), and Twin Picture modes

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    Your TV may be able to simultaneously display two sources while watching a program, depending on your model and the function selected. There are three possible modes: Picture-in-Picture (PIP), Twin Picture, and Picture-and-Picture (P&P)
    Note:  Depending on the model, these functions may not be available. For details check your TV manual or the Does my TV have Picture-in-Picture (PIP), Picture & Picture (P&P), or Twin Picture capability? article.

    What's the difference?

    • Picture-in-Picture (PIP): Displays content from two sources, with one opened in a small window in the corner of the TV screen.
    • Twin Picture: Displays content from an HDMI-connected device and a TV program (Built-in Tuner) at the same time.
    • Picture-and-Picture (P&P): Displays content from two video sources (left and right) at once (e.g., connected device and TV program).

    Which modes are available on my TV?

    Select your TV type for more information on available display modes.
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