How To Turn Subtitles On Disney Plus Roku

You might have a desire to change the subtitles on Disney Plus while watching your favorite Disney Plus movie in order to have the best possible look and feel.

Explore this article to learn everything there is to know about how to enable and disable subtitles.

How To Turn Subtitles On Disney Plus Roku

To turn on subtitles on Disney Plus on Roku, please follow these steps:

  1. Open the Disney Plus app on your Roku device.
  2. Start playing the video you want to watch.
  3. Press the “* button” on your Roku remote.
  4. This will bring up the options menu.
  5. Select the “Audio and Subtitles” option.
  6. You can now choose the language and subtitle options that you prefer.
  7. Once you have made your selections, press the “Back” button on your remote to return to the video.

That’s it! You should now see the subtitles on your screen while watching the video.

How to Disable/ Unable Disney Plus Roku Subtitles 

  • Locate and select Settings from the Roku site.
  • From the Settings drop-down menus, choose Accessibility. The Captions mode, Captions preferred language, and Captions style should all be visible.
  • Select if you want to enable or disable captions on Disney + Roku. Three options are available: Off, On always, and On replay.
  • Choose the language and style of your selected subtitles. Next decide whatever Disney Plus film or television program you want to watch with closed captions.
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The procedures change depending on the Roku device. You can disable Disney Plus subtitles while the movie is playing on newer Roku devices. If you want to disable closed captions or subtitles for Disney Plus on Roku, press Up or Down on your remote, select Audio & Subtitles, and then select the Off option.

Is It Possible to change the language of the subtitles?

The short answer is that you can and already are capable of doing it. Using your remote’s arrow keys to move to the right once you’re in the Audio & Subtitles menu. Following that, select your favorite language from the list and confirm it.

Over twenty different subtitle languages are supported by the majority of the Disney Plus material. But, it’s possible that some rare fonts and letters won’t be offered.

In any case, as soon as you choose, you ought to see a preview of the subtitles language.

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Subtitles repeatedly appear. How Can I Help?

The subtitles ought to remain off after being disabled during playback. Yet sometimes, particularly with some streaming devices and Smart TVs, this doesn’t happen.

You need to verify the in-app configuration to identify the offender. Specifically, ensure that Disney Plus subtitles are not on. Examine the option on your Roku, Firestick, or any other streaming device you might own after that.

Then, you can rewind the video to see if the subtitles are still present. When this is ineffective, you may need to adjust the TV’s settings.

Be aware that disabling subtitles on streaming devices and TVs affects all content, not just specific pieces of media. And in order to avoid irritating problems, the Disney Plus app ought to be able to overrule those.

Can I change the font size?

The text size can be readily modified through the Disney Plus Audio & Subtitles options. Also, you can alter the text color, opacity, and edge style using the menu.

  1. Choose Settings under Audio & Subtitles to get to this selection.
  2. Underneath the relevant option, select the font size you prefer, and then inspect the preview in the window at the top of the menu.
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My subtitles aren’t properly synching. How Can I Help?

Firstly, be aware that this isn’t a typical Disney + issue. With a frame rate that matches the video frame rate, all of the content has subtitles. Hence, the problem is typically resolved by quickly restarting the playback or the program.

You may be able to manually adjust the frame rate on some streaming devices, which can help to solve the problem momentarily. Nevertheless, as the video goes on, the subtitles could start to lag once more. This is especially true if you’re attempting to use external subtitles.

Make very sure the app and operating system are current before streaming videos on mobile devices. Consequently, the audio and subtitles might not match up well.

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