Use Samsung Subtitles on Samsung Note 10.1

Edited by Grimm, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

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Steps

  1. 1
    We tap and swipe down the screen from the top of the home screen
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    We will bring down our notification panel.
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    In the top right-hand corner, we will find a gear- or wheel-shaped icon
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    The icon stands for Settings. We tap it once to access Settings.
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    Now that we are in Settings, we must tap on "Device"
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    In "Device", we are looking for the second-to-last option in the left-hand panel. This is "Accessibility".
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    We tap "Accessibility" once
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    In "Accessibility", we tap and scroll down the menu until we find "Hearing"
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    The last option in "Hearing" is "Samsung subtitles (CC)", which is turned off in this video.
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    To switch "Samsung subtitles (CC)" on, we tap the toggle until it is green
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    Also, we tap "Samsung subtitles (CC)"
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    This will enable different settings or features. On "Subtitles (CC)" screen, we can review the different options.
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    We tap "Alignment"
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    We can have the subtitles in the center, on the left, or on the right. The preview screen to the left will show where the captions will be. In this video, the captions are currently on the left.
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    We can change "Font" in "Text"
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    We can choose different fonts such as "Times New Roman" or "Cool jazz" by tapping them.
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    We can change the font size by tapping "Font size"
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    We can create edges by tapping "Edge"
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    In this video, there are no edges currently; so, "Drop shadow" is tapped to make edges.
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    We can change the color and opacity of a font by tapping "Font" under "Color and opacity"
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    In this video, it is "White, 100%".
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    Let's tap blue
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    Let's set the opacity to 45%
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    The subtitles will be shown in the preview.
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    We can set the background color by tapping "Background color"
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    Let's pick yellow
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    Let's change the opacity to 38%
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    The subtitles will have a yellow background.
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    We can create a caption window by tapping "Caption window"
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    Let's tap pink
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    Let's set the opacity to 45%
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This has been a video tutorial on the "Samsung subtitles (CC)" option and its different settings on the Samsung Note 10.1 (2014 Edition). Thank you for watching VisiHow! Please feel free to leave a comment, question, or suggestion in the space provided below.

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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Grimm

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