How to Remove Subtitles From a VLC Player

Written by justin hazelton
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The VLC (VideoLAN Client) media player is a video and music player that can play any type of music or video media. In addition to have customisable options, such as fullscreen, language choice and full DVD zoom, you can also alter your VLC media player's subtitle tracks so that you can watch your movie without being interrupted by subtitles.

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    Load your VLC media player. Double-click on the "VLC" icon on your desktop. If you do not have a VLC icon on your desktop, then click on the "Start" button on your desktop, go to "All Programs" then click on your VLC program.

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    Add your video to the VLC media player. Make sure that it is a legal video file (a video that you have purchased and ripped onto your computer). You can simply click and drag your file onto the media player, and it will start to play. Once it starts playing, pause the video.

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    Press the "Subtitles" option. Go to the top of your VLC media player and press the "Video" option. Click on "Subtitles Track" then press "Disable." This will disable the subtitles on the VLC media player and the video.

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