Users of the Amazon Prime Video channel on the Roku may encounter a problem where an audio description track is playing while watching certain movies. With just a small change to a setting, this can be resolved. Just follow these steps to stop the Roku and Amazon Prime from narrating what you’re watching.
Users of the Roku may get an error when trying to add the Amazon Prime Video app to their device that says, “Could not add Prime Video“. This problem normally appears because the Roku has detected you are trying to add the Prime Video channel from a country where the channel is not supported.
These steps will typically fix the problem.
The Amazon Fire TV has subtitle (otherwise known as Closed Captioning) features you can use for the hearing impaired. The feature allows you to read what is being said in the video you are watching.
There is a main place in the Fire TV settings where you can enable or disable subtitles. But each individual app may also have their own subtitle settings. Each app has a different way to access these settings. Here are steps to changing the main Fire TV subtitle setting as well as the way to change it in the most popular apps.
Much of my time has been wasted trying to figure out how to sign out of Amazon Prime Video accounts from the Roku app. So, I thought I’d write this post up to save others the trip.
I recently noticed that Season 2 of the PBS show Downton Abbey was recently added to Amazon Prime Video. I had been waiting to watch the series on Netflix for a while.
After deciding to sit down and start season 2, I noticed the title said “Original UK Version”. UK Version? Is there a difference between the US and UK version?