How To Turn Off Audio Description On Disney Plus?
- Patrick Hunter
Try hitting the * key during playback, and try changing your ‘Audio track’ to an option that does not include ‘audio description’. This should allow you to receive an audio track that does not include voice narration.
Why is audio description available on Disney Plus?
What is Audio Description? – Audio description provides information about visual details to individuals who are blind or visually impaired. This may include setting, costume, action, or non-verbal character reactions. Consider it alternative text, but for moving images, if you’ve read my post on Creating an Accessible Instagram Account.
How do I disable Audio Description? Turning audio description on or off depends on the make and model of your TV; remote controls and Settings menus vary by brand and model. Typically, the feature can be found in the Accessibility section of your TV’s Settings menu. Some televisions have a dedicated button on the remote.
How do I alter the audio for Disney Plus on my television?
Select the Language for Audio and Subtitles on Disney Plus – Start a movie or television show. Click the Language button in the upper-right corner of the screen while watching the video. Next, pick the audio language required. If you are using subtitles and require a different language, choose it from the drop-down menu.
- That concludes the discussion.
- Close the display and watch the video again using the updated settings.
- As a convenience, the language you pick will be stored to the profile you’re using to see content.
- If you need to change it back or to a different language, simply return to the same menu and choose the desired language.
Subtitles are helpful if you are hard of hearing or if you simply want to make sure you understand every word of a show’s dialogue. You may change the language on Disney Plus to the one you understand best.
Why has my television begun to narrate?
If you hear an additional narrator describing the action or scene of a show you are viewing, you may be hearing the Audio Description Service or Descriptive Video Service (DVS), which is made available to visually impaired viewers.