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For users who have hearing loss, most of our recent content will have subtitles available, if subtitles are available, there will be a 's' icon on the video. Subtitles can be enabled via the accessibility settings or via the playback menu within the app. iOS subtitles will not currently work if there are no subtitles present on the video. Subtitles styles can be adjusted or customised from the accessibility settings menu. Advertisement content is not currently subtitled.
For users that listen via an earpiece, the audio balance can be adjusted or switched to mono from within the accessibility settings.
Subtitles via Watch Live are supported on most of our programming and platforms (Amazon, Roku, iOS, Android and within a web browser) however not everything will carry subtitles either because none are available or, as in the case of some of our older content, because the subtitle format is not compatible (e.g Everybody Loves Raymond, Frasier, etc.). If subtitles are available, an 'S' button will be visible on screen.
If you are having any issues with the subtitles via Watch Live please get in touch via the contact us form on our website www.channel4.com.
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