Do you like reading subtitles while watching videos on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV? Do you know you can also change the subtitle font size on iPhone? This feature is available on every iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple TV. Moreover, you can easily change the subtitle font size within seconds.
Most iPhone or iPad users uses the default subtitle font size. However, every person does not have the same eyesight. Moreover, if a deaf person wants to watch a video, they would like to have a large font size of the subtitles. The large font size of the text will make it easy for a deaf person to read.
Furthermore, the large font size of subtitles also reduces the stress on your eyes. And, also increases the readability of the subtitles. Easily watch movies and shows with huge subtitles fonts on your iPhone, iPad, and even on Apple TV. Here is how you can customize the subtitles font size.
How To Change The Subtitle Font Size On iPhone
Changing the font size of the subtitles on iPhone, iPad, and iPod is a simple process. You can follow the same method to change the font size on your Apple TV. Here we will be focusing on iOS related devices. Follow the steps given below to change the subtitle font size on iPhone.
- Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Scroll down and open “Accessibility.”
- In this menu, scroll down and select “Subtitles And Captioning” under the “Hearing” category.
- Next, tap on “Style” to customize the subtitles.
- Now, tap on “Create New Style.”
- In this menu, tap on “Size” located under the “Text” section.
- Here you will find different text size options. Select any subtitle size option from the list.
- Being Extra Large the larges size, and the small size is the smallest.
- Additionally, you are also required to disable the “Video Override” option.
- Some videos on the internet specify the size of the subtitles.
- By disabling the “Video Override” feature, you can watch videos with the size of the subtitles you have selected.
This is how you can change the subtitle font size on your iPhone. You can also see that this feature is considered Accessibility within the iPhone and iPad. In the “Create New Style” option, you have many customization features. From here, you can change the color of the subtitles. Adjust their opacity and improve their legibility.
If you a person with hearing issues. Or it is hard for you to hear, or if you are a deaf person. Then you should turn-on “Closed Captions + SDH” and select from the available subtitles. The full-form of SDH is “Subtitles for Deaf and Hard for hearing.” And these subtitles differ from the Normal subtitles.
If you are a Mac user, you should know that all of the above explain features and functions are also available on your Mac device. You can change the subtitles font and size for iTunes and video playback. This could come in handy because the default text size for subtitles is normally small.
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