No you can not move the picture.
This occurs on any website that has chosen to feature a video.
The video still keeps playing in its own frame and it floats down the webpage following you as you scroll.
I repeat this behaviour is a direct result of Google introducing the new Picture In Picture function.
Ask yourself the following question:
Why is this function called Picture In Picture?.
The best way to describe this is to think of the Picture In Picture function found on many modern televisions.
That feature allows you to watch a movie and you can also choose to keep track of what is on another channel via a small video frame located in a corner of your television screen.
The stubborn blockheads at Google have NOT given us Chrome(or Chrome based Browsers) any option to disable it.
This Picture In Picture is always on and no matter what you try you can’t disable it.
Chrome developers have been extremely stubborn about many other changes to Chrome.
For example they will NOT give Chrome users the choice to disable Search Suggestions or keep them enabled, this is despite the fact that many Chrome users don’t want them because they are often inaccurate and there are also personal privacy reasons for some people not wanting them.
This issue has been a very long term bone of contention and a great many Chrome users having been pleading for a change of heart from Google. But Chrome developers still don’t listen to what Chrome users want and don’t want and stubbornly point blank refuse to change anything.
Chrome developers have also made many other nonsensical changes to Chrome, they introduced a Tab Mute function and shortly thereafter removed it.
Once again many Chrome users protested the removal of the Tab Muting Function and yet again the many pleas fell on deaf ears.
Now the developers of Chrome are trying their best to cripple ad-blocking extensions.
Yet again these plans to cripple ad-blocking extensions have been met with universal condemnation and very loud howls of protest.
The folks at Google never ever listen to what Chrome users want and don’t want and they just bury their heads in the sand like an Ostrich.
These are just a few of the many reasons I decided to switch to Brave.
The developers of Brave have given us the option to completely disable Search Suggestions and put back the removed Tab Muting function as well as introducing their own ad-blocker to counter Googles attempts to cripple ad-blocking extensions.
It’s clear Brave developers are listening to the feature requests made by Brave users.