Browsing YouTube subtitles on iPhone is always too short and the color of the subtitles is not easy to read. As a result, you need to zoom in on the video horizontally to see YouTube subtitles more clearly. I think this problem is often encountered by iPhone or iPad users. How to resize and color YouTube video subtitles? In this article, I will tell you how to customize the size and style of YouTube subtitles, which can also be applied to Netflix.
How to adjust the size and color of YouTube video subtitles?
Go to iOS “Settings”> “Accessibility”> “Subtitles and subtitles”.
And select “Style”. After entering, there will be four subtitle styles (transparent background, magnified font, traditional, external text box) to choose from. If you do not like the default style, you can also click “Add style • • •”.
You can customize the “font, laughter, color” of the text, as well as the background color, transparency, and other elements. When the settings are complete, you can click on the top left corner to return to the previous “style” page, and the system will apply the subtitles immediately.
After customizing the subtitles, you can return to YouTube and continue playing the video and the subtitle effect will change immediately. If you are not satisfied, you can return to continue customizing the subtitle styles on the system until you are satisfied.
Here are some subtitling techniques for YouTube. Font size is set to “large”. If the size exceeds, the screen will be filled with subtitles. If you want to make the subtitles clearer, you can change the transparency in the background to 100%. When watching videos on YouTube, the subtitles will also be very clear.
Did the modified YouTube video subtitles not change?
If you set the YouTube subtitle style you want to display according to the steps above, but after playing the YouTube video, the subtitles are still extremely small and fuzzy, meaning that “CC subtitles” are not enabled and only the subtitles are displayed. of the embedded video.
When the YouTube video is paused, click the “CC Subtitles” button in the upper right corner and the YouTube subtitles will appear immediately, which can overlap the subtitles of the video itself.
However, if the creator of YouTuber does not add CC subtitles to the video, but puts the subtitles directly in the video, it means that the video does not provide CC subtitles and you can only zoom in on the screen horizontally to watch it to solve the problem. very short subtitles!
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