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Setting and adjusting subtitles and subtitles for the hearing impaired

You can customize the font and size, as well as the text shadow and background color for subtitles and subtitles for the hearing impaired.

Setting and adjusting subtitles and subtitles for the hearing impaired:

  1. Go to your Netflix account page from a web browser.

  2. Under Profiles and Parental Controls, select a profile.

  3. Under Subtitle Display, select Change.

    The subtitle display options are not available in some countries with the following major languages: Japanese, Arabic, Hebrew, Korean, Romanian, and Thai. On some older devices, these options are also not displayed.
  4. Select the settings you want for the subtitle display.

  5. Save the changes.

  6. Open the Netflix app on your device.

    If you're using a TV, open the Netflix app on that device and choose Settings, Help, and Reload in order for the changes to take effect.

To change how closed captions and subtitles appear for the hearing impaired on Apple devices:

Apple TV 2 or Apple TV 3

To customize the display of subtitles and subtitles for the hearing impaired on Apple TV devices, software version 5.0 or higher must be installed on the device.

To change the way subtitles and subtitles appear for the hearing impaired on your Apple TV:

  1. From the device home screen, select Settings.

  2. Choose General.

  3. Choose Accessibility.

  4. Enable closed captions and subtitles for the hearing impaired.

  5. First choose Style, then choose your preferred settings for how subtitles and subtitles are presented to the hearing impaired.

Apple TV 4 or Apple TV 4K

To customize the display of subtitles and subtitles for the hearing impaired on Apple TVs, tvOS 9.0 or higher must be installed on the device.

To change the way subtitles and subtitles appear for the hearing impaired on your Apple TV:

  1. From the device home screen, select Settings.

  2. Choose General.

  3. Choose Accessibility.

  4. Choose Subtitles.

  5. Enable closed captions and subtitles for the hearing impaired.

  6. This screen allows you to customize the appearance of subtitles and subtitles for the hearing impaired under Style.

    • When creating a new style, make sure that Allow Video Overlay is deselected within the Font, Size, Color, and Opacity options.

iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

To change how the subtitles and subtitles appear for the hearing impaired on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:

  1. From the device home screen, select Settings.

  2. Choose Accessibility.

    On iOS 12 or lower, you need to select General first, then Accessibility.
  3. Select Subtitles & Closed Captions.

  4. Use the slider to enable closed captions and subtitles for the hearing impaired.

  5. This screen allows you to customize the appearance of subtitles and subtitles for the hearing impaired under Style.

    • When creating a new style, make sure that Allow Video Overlay is deselected within the Font, Size, Color, and Opacity options.