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How to change the look of closed captions on Mac

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How to change the look of closed captions on Mac

How do you customise closed captions on the Mac? With accessibility settings!

Identical to enabling closed captions on your TV, you'll be able to do the similar in Accessibility on your Mac, and they are going to be there for you when to be had. And you do not simply have to persist with one taste. If the default opposite textual content is just too arduous to learn, you'll be able to transfer it up to other presets or create your personal.

This is how!

How to change the preset caption taste

  1. Click on the Apple menu button () on the height left of your display.
  2. Click on Device Personal tastes.
  3. Click on Accessibility.

  4. Click on Captions in the menu on the left. You'll be able to have to scroll down just a little.
  5. Click on one of the caption taste choices:

    • Default
    • Vintage
    • Massive Textual content

The window above the possible choices will preview each and every one so you'll be able to come to a decision which goes right for you.

How to create customized captions

  1. Click on the Apple menu button () on the height left of your display.
  2. Click on Gadget Personal tastes.
  3. Click on Accessibility.

  4. Click on Captions in the menu on the left. You'll be able to have to scroll down just a little.
  5. Click on the + button beneath the 3 taste presets.

  6. Input a identify for the taste subsequent to Taste Identify.
  7. Click on the dropdown menu subsequent to Background Colour.
  8. Click on a background colour.

  9. Click on the dropdown menu subsequent to Background Opacity.
  10. Click on an opacity choice.
  11. Click on the dropdown menu subsequent to Textual content Colour.
  12. Click on a textual content colour.

  13. Click on the dropdown menu subsequent to Textual content Measurement.
  14. Click on a textual content measurement.
  15. Click on the dropdown menu subsequent to Font.
  16. Click on a font.

  17. Click on the checkbox subsequent to each and every dropdown menu to permit or deny video the skill to override each and every environment.
  18. Click on OK when you are completed.

How to allow closed captions and SDH by way of default

When to be had, you'll be able to use closed captions and subtitles for the deaf and tough of listening to (SDH) through default.

  1. Click on the Apple menu button () on the height left of your display.
  2. Click on Gadget Personal tastes.
  3. Click on Accessibility.

  4. Click on Captions in the menu on the left. You'll be able to have to scroll down just a little.
  5. Click on the checkbox subsequent to Want closed captions and SDH.

Questions?

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