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Unable to stop closed caption

How do you stop the closed captioning? Have followed the instructions in the manual under "subtitles", but it does not work. Thanks

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  • trickster85 Mar 01, 2008

    this dvd player is a piece of shit. i don't even have a remote and it turns the closed caption on. at first it was in english, but now it's in spanish and twice as irrating.

  • trickster85 Mar 01, 2008

    Oh yeah, thought I should mention that I don't expect to get REAL helpful advice on this website, so yeah...I'm just gonna bitch about it; i'm sure the only reason this hunk of junk isn't working is because the pieces used to create it came from a Patty-Piss-Myself doll. It probably has a limit of 10 plays before any one of those Lego pieces inside melt and become as useful as an asshole on your elbow. Sorry if this happens to offend anyone. Really, but I just had to put that out there because I'm sure it cost less that 10 bucks to make each of these machines and we are dooped into buying them trusting that they'll work right, then when they don't we're expected to either buy replacement parts or use the warranty -- that I'm sure is just as much a pain in the ass as just trying to get this damn thing to play a dvd! I think I'm done now...yeah, I'm done.

  • kmann101 May 05, 2008

    how do i get the subtitles off?

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Go to the menu of the movie and turn them off from there

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How do you shut off the closed caption n


It might be the Subtitle feature not CC(close caption) that you are viewing. The following is the procedure for a Samsung player. Other players would follow a similar procedure.

1. Press the MENU button on your remote control.
2. Use the navigation buttons to highlight System.
3. Highlight Accessibility.
4. Press the right navigation button again to access the Accessibility options, highlight Subtitle and then press the ENTER button.
5. Press the ENTER button again, highlight Off and then press the ENTER button once again.

Hope this helps.

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How do I get closed captioning?


According to the Samsung support website there is an option in the menu which is called "caption" which can be selected off or on.

This is a link to a copy of the manual.

Samsung UN65F6300AF manual

In the manual it says to select the onscreen menu and then ...

Subtitles

Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Caption Try Now

View subtitles along with subtitle-enabled digital and analog broadcasts.

Show Subtitles

Screen Menu > Broadcasting > Caption > Caption Try Now

Show subtitles. Subtitles will be displayed when you choose a broadcast that supports subtitles.
"" DVD Subtitles are only available when connected to an external input connector.

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If the subtitles are played by the TV then you can stop closed captioning. However, if the captions are part of the movie, then you have to select movie settings at the beginning of the movie or click these using the menu keys to get manual control without a remote.

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How do you remove the subtitles?


Subtitles are controlled by 'CC". Closed Captioning. Look for a CC button on the remote or captioning.
Captioning usually is in the menu as well under 'settings'.
Closed captioning has several settings. OFF turns all captioning off. CC1, CC2, CC3 & CC4 are captioning styles. Text is for text channels.

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The subtitles in dubbed videos VCD/DVD the process to follow are :-

The closed caption feature has two options:
• Captions—An on-screen display of the dialogue, narration, and
sound effects of TV programs and videos that are closed
captioned (usually marked as “CC” in TV listings).
• Text—An on-screen display of information not related to the
current program, such as weather or stock data (when provided
by individual stations).
To view captions or text:
1. Tune the TV to the desired program.
2. Press MENU, and then press x or • until the CUSTOM menu
appears.
3. Press z or y to highlight CC.
4. Press x or • to highlight the desired closed caption mode, as
follows:
• To view captions, highlight C1, C2, C3, or C4 (C1 displays
translation of the primary language in your area).
Note: If the program or video you selected is not closed captioned,
no captions will display on the screen.
• To view text, highlight T1, T2, T3, or T4.
Note: If text is not available in your area, a black rectangle may appear on your screen. If this happens, turn the Closed Caption feature OFF.
To turn off the Closed Caption feature:
Highlight OFF in step 4.
Note:
A closed caption signal may not display in the
following situations:
• when a videotape has been dubbed
• when the signal reception is weak
• when the signal reception is nonstandard

PS: If you do not want to set these function & their commands can be entered via the buttons on the TV set. Using the remote is much easier to operate............ sodeep

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Cant get the subtitles of the screen been pressing the subtitle button thanks.


Are you sure they are subtitles rather than closed captioning (if it is TV rather than DVD, it is closed captioning)?

If it is closed caption, pressing subtitle won't turn them off. If there is a button that says "Closed Caption" or "CC" press it. If not, press menu and look for the CC option (it should be under video or audio depending on the TV). Turn it off.

If you are watching a foreign language movie on TV (not DVD) it is likely hardsubbed (you can't turn the subs off because they are burned into the video).

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Your TV will need to have (CC) capability. To view Closed Captioning (CC) information from a DVD using the CC function of the television, turn off the Progressive Scan function of the DVD player. If the DVD player doesn't have progressive scan then follow the instructions from your TV manual to setup closed captioning.

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