3301 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 7, 2011 11:02 AM by Jim VanLeeuwen
From the iTunes Help file:
Use subtitles and alternative audio tracks
Some videos feature subtitles, closed captioning, and alternative audio tracks (in other languages, for example).
- To change the default language used for subtitles and audio, choose iTunes > Preferences, click Playback, and choose a language from the Audio Language and Subtitle Language pop-up menus.
- To turn closed captioning on or off, choose iTunes > Preferences, click Playback, and select “Show closed captioning when available.”
- To change settings while you’re playing a movie in iTunes, choose Controls > Audio & Subtitles > Option.
- To quickly turn subtitles on or off while a movie is playing, move the pointer over the movie until the controls appear, and then click the Subtitles button .
There's no mention of using a remote.