While watching the content on Roku many users might like to view their text wordings along it. So a user needs to enable the closed captioning feature and if you also want to use this feature then go through the following procedure to enable it.

The closed captioning feature is used to view the spoken words, background sound, and other music effects of streaming content in a text format under the streaming TV screen. This feature can be used to help deaf people in understanding the content that is being played on the TV screen. Moreover, it helps in understanding some dialogues that have complicated pronunciations.

Enabling the closed captioning feature will not affect the quality of the streaming content. So you can use it without worrying about the quality of content.

Go through the following steps to enable or disable the closed captioning feature:

  1. Hold the Home button on your Roku remote to view the main menu.
  2. A list of options will display so move down to the Settings menu.
  3. Click on Accessibility to find the option for Closed Captioning. If there is no choice for Accessibility, then click on the option for “Captions.”
  4. Choose the mode for Captions and set the place where the Captions or subtitles should appear on your TV screen. You can set the Captions mode to “On,” “Off,” “Instant replay,” and “Mute.”
  5. If you choose Off, then you won’t see any captions on your TV screen.
  6. If ever you set the Closed Captioning to “On,” then the Captions will start appearing on your TV screen. Also, sometimes the Captions might not appear if its service provider does not support this feature.
  7. If you set the Set the Closed Captioning to “Instant replay” mode, thenthe subtitles will be visible only if you press the enter key for once from your Roku remote.
  8. If the Closed Captioning is set to “When mute,” then theCaptions or subtitles will appear only when the volume of your TV is set to Mute. All these Close Captioning modes are available will every Roku device.

Once you have set the Closed Captioning option for your Roku Streaming, you can customize the settings for it with the help of following steps:

  1. Hold the Home button on your Roku remote to view the main menu.
  2. A list of options will display so move down to the Settings menu.
  3. Click on Accessibility to find the option for Closed Captioning. If there is no choice for Accessibility, then click on the option for “Captions.”
  4. Here you can modify the settings related to text style, color and the color for the whole window for showing Captions. For example, you can change the font size of the Captions, Impart the desired edge effects, change the text color or opacity. You can modify the colors for background and window. To do these changes, you just need to click on the options to adjust them.

You can also enable and disable the option for closed captioning while any video is playing on your TV screen. You need to press the Star key “*” on your Roku remote control which will open the list of options, so select the option for Closed captioning and make the required changes to it. So this is all you need to do for activating and deactivating the Closed Captioning feature for Roku streaming. For more Roku concerns always head to www Roku Com Support and get the best solution for it.

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