When people speak or sing into a microphone, it’s never a sure thing that those on the receiving end of the audio will be able to understand what’s being said. If it’s in a video call, both parties are speaking the same language and there’s a mutual understanding. When you watch a video, however, sometimes the audio is in a different language or the dialect is slightly different. Things may come out a little jumbled, and the original meaning may not come across clearly. In cases like these, subtitles—or “closed captions”—are very handy. Let’s go over how to turn closed captions on YouTube on or off.
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