One of the great things about using Full Player to watch movies and videos is the subtitles. You have quite a few options when it comes to using subtitles in Full Player like changing the look of subtitles and using more than one set of subtitles. If you need help with managing your subtitles in Full Player, take a look at this article.
Turning Subtitles on in Full Player
Let’s start with turning Full Player’s subtitles on. Go ahead and load the movie you want to watch. Once it starts playing, you can pause it for a minute to edit your subtitles. To turn your subtitles on, find the Subtitle button at the bottom of your player. Click that button and a menu will open. In the menu, locate the Load Subtitle option and click it. To quickly turn your subtitles on at any time while you are watching your movie, press CTRL L on your keyboard.
Changing the Look of Subtitles in Full Player
Next, I will show you how to change the look of your subtitles in Full Player. With your movie loaded and the subtitles on, find the Settings button at the bottom of the player. This button has a hammer as the icon. Click that button and the settings menu will open. In this menu, find the Subtitles tab and click it. In this section, you will see the box of subtitles. Scroll through the box and find the design you want to use. Once you find a design, you can click the design to select it. Sometimes it’s best to change the subtitles after you start the movie to get the best fit. Once you have changed the design of the subtitles, you will need to click the OK button at the bottom of the menu. The box will close and you can then resume your movie.
If you want to search the internet for subtitles, click the Subtitles button at the bottom of the player and select the option to search the internet for subtitles.