[Tested] Best Ways How to Turn Disney Plus Subtitles on or Off Using Any Device Beginner’s Guide

Disney Plus dominated the streaming industry from the start. Considering how much and how wide-ranging the content was and how cheap it was, it wasn’t surprising that a streaming service was set up.

There’s not much you can’t do with Disney Plus in terms of customization. This article gets into the details of subtitles and gives tips on how to change them to fit your needs.

Subtitles on Disney Plus are simple to enable and disable. In the sections that come next, you’ll find a quick guide for things like smartphones and Smart TVs.

How to Turn Disney Plus Subtitles on or Off Using Any Device

Using a Firestick to Disney Subtitles

  1. Select and play a movie or show that you want to watch. With the playback turned on, use your remote to bring up the menu icon and select it.
  2. Navigate to the Subtitles option in the menu and press the selection button to toggle between On and Off. When finished, press the back button to exit playback.

Using a Roku Device to Manage Disney Subtitles

  1. Once again, you begin by selecting the content you want to view. Then, on the content description page, select Options or Audio & Subtitles. Of course, you use the Roku remote to navigate or click on the corresponding icon via the desktop client or app.
  2. Select Subtitles or Closed Captioning On or Off from the menu and press the back button to return.

Alternatively, you can manage all apps’ subtitles from the Roku Settings menu; here’s how.

  1. Scroll down and select Settings from the Roku homepage.
  2. Next, go to the Settings menu and select Accessibility.
  3. Select Captions mode, Captions preferred language, and Captions style from this menu.
  4. To manage subtitles, for example, click Captions Mode and select Off, Always, or Replay.
  5. Choose your preferred subtitle language and appearance from the other two options.

There are several options to choose from; it may be beneficial to spend a few minutes familiarizing yourself with the menu.

Disney Subtitles on Newer Rokus – Important Hint

  • On the remote, press the Up or Down button to access the More menu, then select Audio & Subtitles. Other actions are the same, and this is the quickest route.

You should also be aware that you can disable subtitles during playback on newer Rokus.

Using an Android or iPhone to Manage Disney Subtitles

  1. Start a movie or show and tap on the device’s screen. This step is applicable to all Android and iOS devices, including iPads.
  2. Select Subtitle and Audio options from the chat bubble icon, then tap the menu under Subtitles to toggle them on and off.
  3. To return to playback, press the X in the upper-right corner of the screen.

Using a PC to Manage Disney Subtitles

This method assumes you’re using a browser to access Disney Plus. If this is the case, the streaming service has the same interface regardless of your operating system or computer.

  1. To enable or disable subtitles, select the menu icon in the upper right corner of the main window.
  2. This will take you to the Audio & Subtitles menu, where you can also select your preferred language.

If you want to disable the subtitles, make sure to select the appropriate option under Subtitles.

Disney Subtitles on a Smart Television (Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Sony, Vizio)

It’s great to be able to install and use Disney Plus directly on your Smart TV, but how do you manage the subtitles? Tips for some of the most popular Smart TV brands are provided below.

Samsung

  1. Open the Disney Plus app, choose the content you want to watch, and press the Play button.
  2. Now, press the Up arrow twice to open the language box in the upper right corner of the screen and use the remote to navigate.
  3. Next, select the Audio and Subtitles menu by pressing the Select button.
  4. Select Off or the subtitles language you want to use under Subtitles.

LG

  1. Take out your LG remote and press the Home button.
  2. The configurations Select the cog in the upper-right corner of the screen, then go to Accessibility, then Subtitle.
  3. Highlight the Subtitles section and then choose whether to disable or enable subtitles. This action activates TV subtitles.
  4. Next, launch the app for any content you want to watch and repeat the process.

Panasonic

The Panasonic remote is used to turn on and off the subtitles. There is a separate button labeled STTL/AD or STTL. The location of the button varies, but it is usually in the middle of the remote, just above the Vol and CH rockers.

When you press the button, the subtitles may be turned on and off instantly. However, on some newer models, it activates the subtitles menu, which has more options. If you only want to disable or enable them, go to the appropriate section and make your selection.

Finally, ensure that subtitles are enabled in Disney Plus.

Sony

  1. Take the remote and press the Home button, then select Settings. Subtitles are available at the bottom of the screen. Sony, for some reason, prefers to use a briefcase icon rather than the standard cog.
  2. Once inside, choose Digital Set-up and confirm by pressing the central button.
  3. Go to Subtitle Set-up and press the central button once more. You can now customize the subtitles on your Smart TV, as well as Disney Plus.
  4. To return to the previous content source, press the Home button twice.

Vizio

  1. To activate the subtitles, press the Menu button on the Vizio remote, which is usually located above the navigation rockers in the device’s upper section.
  2. Navigate to the Closed Captions option with the arrows and click the OK button to confirm. Subtitles can be turned on and off by using the left and right arrows within the menu.
  3. The Closed Captions menu includes Analog and Digital Closed Captions, as well as Digital Style. It’s best to leave these as default for your intentions and purposes.

The remote also has a CC button, which should activate or deactivate subtitles with a single press. However, don’t forget to enable subtitles in the Disney Plus app.

Additional Frequently Asked Questions

It should be obvious by now how simple it is to enable or disable Disney Plus subtitles on any device. Furthermore, this option usually works flawlessly. However, you should be aware of some specific customizations and troubleshooting options.

Can I Change the Language of the Subtitles?

The short answer is yes, you can, and you already know how. When you’re in the Audio & Subtitles menu, use your remote’s arrow keys to navigate right. Then, from the list, select and check your preferred language.

The majority of Disney Plus content is available in over twenty different subtitle languages. Some unusual fonts and letters, however, may be unavailable.

In any case, the language preview for subtitles should appear as soon as you make your selection.

Subtitles Keep Reappearing. What Should I Do?

Subtitles should be turned off during playback if they are disabled. However, this isn’t always the case, particularly with certain streaming devices and Smart TVs.

You should double-check the in-app setting to find the culprit. That is, turn off the Disney Plus subtitles. Then, examine the option on your Roku, Firestick, or any other streaming device you may have.

After that, you can resume playback to see if the subtitles have vanished. This does not always work, and you may need to adjust the TV settings.

To be clear, turning off subtitles on streaming devices and TVs applies to all content, not just specific content. And, to avoid annoyances, the Disney Plus app should be able to override those.

Can the text size be changed?

Yes, you can change the size of the text. You can find different text sizes expressed in percentages in the Subtitles/Closed Captions menu. Simply select the desired percentage, and the subtitles will automatically scale to that. However, there is a catch.

The text may appear too large or too small depending on the device you’re using. This problem is common with certain Android smartphones, for example.

If your streaming device allows you to change the overall text size, you won’t need to change the Disney Plus settings.

For example, if you’re using an iPhone or an Android device, go to the Accessibility Settings. In most cases, you can change the font, size, and even color of your subtitles from here. The same options are available in the Closed Captioning settings on an Xbox and PS4/5.

Is it possible to change the font size?

Yes, you can adjust the font size in the Disney Plus Audio & Subtitles settings. In addition, the menu lets you change the font color, opacity, and edge style.

Navigate to Audio & Subtitles and select Settings to access this option.

Select the desired Font Size from the corresponding tab and view the preview in the window at the top of the menu.

Some devices, such as the Xbox One, will almost certainly require a much larger font than the original.

My subtitles aren’t properly synching. What Should I Do?

To begin, keep in mind that this is not a common issue with Disney Plus. Subtitles are present in all of the content at a frame rate that corresponds to the video frame rate. As a result, restarting the playback or the app itself usually resolves the issue.

Some streaming devices may also allow you to manually change the frame rate, which may temporarily resolve the issue. However, as the video progresses, the subtitles may become out of sync once more. This is especially true if you intend to use third-party subtitles.

When streaming content via mobile devices, make sure the operating system and the app are both up to date. Otherwise, subtitles may lag behind audio and vice versa.

Binge Streaming with Subtitles

When it comes to subtitle management, Disney Plus has left no stone unturned. Regardless of the device you use, access is simple. Furthermore, the customization menu is difficult to beat. The only restriction is the text size on certain devices.

What is your favorite Disney Plus content? Did you have any problems getting the subtitles to load? Please share your thoughts in the section below.

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