How to Turn On Subtitles on Your Apple TV

If you’re looking to add subtitles to apple tv content, here’s a quick guide on how to turn them on.

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Open settings app

Open settings app Scroll to and select Accessibility. Select Subtitles and Captioning. Select Closed Captions + SDH. You can also turn on subtitles and captions in individual apps — like iTunes movies, TV shows, or podcasts — that support them.

Go to the “General” section.

From your Apple TV’s main menu, open the “Settings” app. In the “Settings” app, select “General.” On the “General” settings screen, select “Accessibility.” On the “Accessibility” settings screen, select “Subtitles and Captioning.” On the “Subtitles and Captioning” settings screen, select “Style.” On the “Style” settings screen, select the style of subtitles or captions that you want to use.

Select “Accessibility”.

Accessibility is a large umbrella that includes many features Apple has built into its products to make them more usable by people with various disabilities. If you have difficulty hearing, or are deaf, you can use subtitles or closed captions to have dialog and sound effects interpreted as text on-screen. Here’s how to turn on subtitles or closed captions on apple tv

Select “Subtitles & Captioning”.

Open settings app
Scroll down to “Video and Audio” and select it.
Scroll down to “Subtitles & Captioning” and select it.
Turn on “Subtitles”.

Turn on the “Show Subtitles” switch.

In settings app go to “Accessibility” and select “Subtitles & Captioning.” Turn on the “Show Subtitles” switch.

Select your preferred subtitle options.

To select your preferred subtitle options on your Apple TV, open the Settings app, then go to General > Accessibility.

Under the “Subtitles” heading, you’ll see a few different options:

-If you want subtitles to appear automatically whenever they’re available for the content you’re watching, turn on the “Auto-Play Subtitles” option.
-If you want subtitles to always be displayed for every piece of content you watch, regardless of whether they’re available or not, turn on the “Always Show Subtitles” option.
-If you want to be able to choose whether or not to display subtitles on a per-show or per-movie basis, turn off both of the aforementioned options. Instead, use the “Style” option to choose how you want your subtitles to look, then use the “When Available” option to choose whether or not you want subtitles to be displayed by default.

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