My DVD Player seems to cut off the 2nd line of the English subtitles.
I have changed the monitor type to try it on all 4 types (16:9 normal; 16:9 auto; 4:3 LB and 4:3 PS.
I tried to watch "Volver" and it was impossible to follow as only the first line appeared.
I have tried it on other DVDs and same problem.
I have this problem with my JVC DVD player. It happens on "AUTO" picture format. It is NOT a problem with the DVD...the dvds play fine on my Playstation 3 where all subtitles are visible. On the JVC, if I want to watch the dvd I have to change the format, the problem wit this is that the film itself will not be in the right format.
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To reset your Blu-ray player to its factory settings, you cannot use a remote. ... Press 1 on your remote for English, 2 for Spanish, or 3 or French. ... If subtitles are notavailable in the language you selected, they will simply disappear during ...
NetflixAlternate audio changes the language of the content you stream or changes your audio to 5.1 surround sound. ... To save or adjust your subtitles and captions settings, play a TV show or movie ... TV and iOS devices must be done on the actual device, not the website. .... Most Blu-ray players, Smart TVs, and Set-top boxes.
So I have tried going through the custom menu to turn off subtitles and also from the remote and nothing is working. I even tried switching to Dutch as suggested and english was the language display and french was spoken. I have tried to turn off subtitles with the subtitle button on the remote but when I select off and push enter they are still on. Help please this is very frustrating. I have tried 2 different movies and still the same result.
What you want is Closed Captioning. It has nothing to do with subtitles. If you turn off the speakers in your TV, the CC should appear after a brief pause. If your TV is not equipped for CC, this approach won't work