How do I get closed caption on my DVD player?
HDMI connectors are not able to carry the digital captions. You need to decode the captions first in the DVD player that has built-in caption decoder and tuner, so they can go through HDMI. You can use an analog connection such as a component. Some DVDs have both CC and subtitles.
Do DVD players have closed captioning?
Subtitles are features on DVDs and Blu-Rays and are turned on from the DVD’s menu. Subtitles are more accurate because they are translated and encoded by humans, not by interpretive software like CC. Subtitles are also available using all the various cables to hook up a DVD player.
How do I turn on closed captioning?
On the Home screen, click on the SETTINGS icon. Click on GENERAL, then ACCESSIBILITY. From there, click on CAPTION SETTINGS. Press CAPTION to turn subtitles on or off.
Why do some DVDs not have subtitles?
Music DVDs may don’t have subtitles because copyright permissions required to reproduce the lyrics on-screen as a subtitle track. Some foreign dialogue on DVD movie is designed with no subtitle deliberately to make viewer fell a similar sense of incomprehension that the character on the movie feels.