How to Turn On Subtitles on Apple TV

Learn how to turn on subtitles on your Apple TV so you never miss a word of your favorite shows.

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How to enable subtitles on your Apple TV

If you want to watch a movie or TV show with subtitles on your Apple TV, you can turn them on in the Settings app.

First, open the Settings app on your Apple TV. You can do this by pressing the Home button on your remote, then selecting the Settings icon.

Once you’re in the Settings app, select General, then Accessibility.

On the Accessibility page, select Closed Captions + SDH.

Finally, turn on Closed Captions + SDH. You can also adjust the font, size, and color of the subtitles from here.

How to customize subtitle appearance on your Apple TV

Apple TV has great features for people who are hard of hearing or deaf, like Closed Captions (CC) and Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (SDH). Here’s how to customize the way subtitles and captions look on your Apple TV:

1. Open Settings on your Apple TV.
2. Go to General > Accessibility.
3. Select Closed Captions + SDH.
4. Under Font,select the color, font, size, and style you want. You can also turn on Shadow and Outline.
5. If you want to adjust the background, foreground, window, or opacity, select Background and then adjust the settings.

How to use subtitles with Apple TV apps

If you’re watching a show or movie that’s in a language you don’t understand, you can turn on subtitles. This article shows you how to turn on subtitles with Apple TV apps.

To turn on subtitles:

-Open the Settings app.
-Select Accessibility.
-Select Subtitles and Captioning.
-Turn on Closed Captions + SDH.

How to troubleshoot subtitles on your Apple TV

If you’re having trouble with subtitles on your Apple TV, there are a few things you can try. First, make sure that subtitles are turned on in the Settings app. To do this, go to Settings > Apps and look for the Subtitles option. If it’s turned off, turn it on and try playback again.

If subtitles are still not working, try restarting your Apple TV. To do this, go to Settings > System and select Restart. Once your Apple TV has restarted, try playback again.

If you’re still having trouble with subtitles, contact Apple Support.

How to find subtitle-friendly content on your Apple TV

If you’re looking for content that offers subtitles on your Apple TV, there are a few ways to find it.

First, you can check the iTunes Store for movies and TV shows that offer subtitles. To do this, open the iTunes Store app on your Apple TV and then navigate to the Movies or TV Shows section. Once you’re in either section, look for a Subtitles filter option near the top of the screen. Selecting this filter will show you all of the available content that offers subtitles.

In addition to checking the iTunes Store, you can also look for subtitle-friendly content in other apps that are installed on your Apple TV. To do this, simply open an app and look for an option to turn on subtitles in the app’s settings menu. Not all apps offer subtitle support, but many popular ones do, including Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.

Finally, if you want to ensure that all of the content you watch on your Apple TV offers subtitles, you can enable them by default in the Settings app. To do this, open the Settings app and then select Accessibility from the main menu. On the Accessibility page, select Subtitles & Captioning from the list of options. On the Subtitles & Captioning page, you’ll see a number of options that allow you to customize how subtitles work on your Apple TV. To enable subtitles by default, simply turn on the “Always On” option.

How to use subtitles with AirPlay

If you’re AirPlaying a video from your iOS device or Mac to your Apple TV, you can turn on subtitles if they’re available for the video. Here’s how:

On your iOS device or Mac:
-Start playing the video.
-Tap .
-Tap Subtitles, then tap an option. For some videos, you might need to tap Download first.

How to use subtitles with third-party apps

If you want to use subtitles with third-party apps on your Apple TV, you need to turn them on in Settings first.

Here’s how:

Open Settings and go to “General.”
Select “Accessibility.”
Select “Subtitles and Captioning.”
Turn on “Enable Subtitles and Captioning.”

How to use subtitles with closed captioning

If you’re hard of hearing or watching a program in a language you don’t understand, Apple TV can help. Select any program that’s playing to open its information page, then do either of the following:

– For SD and HD TV programs: Select the Audio & Subtitles button, then choose an audio track or subtitle option.
– For movies and other content: Select the Subtitles button, then choose a subtitle option.

If you turned on subtitles or closed captioning when you started playing the video, you can turn them off using the Remote app for Apple TV (4th generation):

– Open the Remote app on your iOS device, then tap .
– Tap , then tap More.
– Tap Closed Captions + SDH.

How to use subtitles with Picture in Picture

If you’re watching a movie or TV show with subtitles and want to use Picture in Picture, you can turn on subtitles for the program in progress.

Here’s how:

-Open the Settings app.
-Swipe down to Subtitles and Captioning.
-Select Style.
-Choose Closed Captions + SDH.

How to use subtitles with multiple languages

Apple TV has the ability to display subtitles in multiple languages. This can be useful if you’re watching a show or movie that is not in your primary language, or if you simply want to see the dialogue in another language.

To turn on subtitles on Apple TV:

1. Open the Settings app on your Apple TV.
2. Select General.
3. Select Accessibility.
4. Select Subtitles & Captioning.
5. Select your preferred subtitle options from the menu that appears.

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