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I don't understand how a 2021 so-called smart TV that costs +1000$ can have such bad subtitles system for the media player.

1) The subtitles delay can only go in – time. No +. So if the subtitles are too early, you cannot improve it. This seriously makes zero sense. Also, it should be possible to control by 50ms or at least 100ms instead of only half seconds.

2) The font is terribly bad. Not super legible, with inconsistent spacing (the space between letters is sometimes big, sometimes small), and a pretty bad design overall. Samsung allowed to select various fonts.

3) The smallest size possible is still relatively big. Why not give more control options? Maybe selecting the exact size by increments of 2 points instead of 6-7 options.

4)  It should be possible to decide if subtitles have an outline or not, or shadow, just overall more control depending on personal taste and the film one watches. Just color is simply amateurish for this price.

My older and cheaper samsung was so much better on that front. Seriously LG, please improve this in a firmware upgrade. This is not okay for the price of your televisions, it really ruins my film experience.

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On 1/28/2022 at 9:00 AM, JoJoRabbit said:

I don't understand how a 2021 so-called smart TV that costs +1000$ can have such bad subtitles system for the media player.

1) The subtitles delay can only go in – time. No +. So if the subtitles are too early, you cannot improve it. This seriously makes zero sense. Also, it should be possible to control by 50ms or at least 100ms instead of only half seconds.

2) The font is terribly bad. Not super legible, with inconsistent spacing (the space between letters is sometimes big, sometimes small), and a pretty bad design overall. Samsung allowed to select various fonts.

3) The smallest size possible is still relatively big. Why not give more control options? Maybe selecting the exact size by increments of 2 points instead of 6-7 options.

4)  It should be possible to decide if subtitles have an outline or not, or shadow, just overall more control depending on personal taste and the film one watches. Just color is simply amateurish for this price.

My older and cheaper samsung was so much better on that front. Seriously LG, please improve this in a firmware upgrade. This is not okay for the price of your televisions, it really ruins my film experience.

I got the 77C1 & was surprised with this very basic and easy to fix issues existence, subtitles is low res & pixilated and very apparent in bigger screens, I got some ideas that will improve the experience significantly:

1. At least 5 fonts to choose from.

2. More colors and formats go detailed as possible in adding this feature (opacity, background, window, shadows, outlines,..etc).

3. Find a way to make subs high res or vector as it should be in any media software ever existed I don't know how you managed to mess this up.

4. Font size slider that has more range than the current sizes.

these are some of my suggestions, if I repeated some of the quoted points coz it's important please try to find a solution before ditching the support for C1 to focus on C2 & after

''Seriously LG, please improve this in a firmware upgrade. This is not okay for the price of your televisions, it really ruins my film experience.''

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