Disc and Blu-ray settings
Note This page describes the basic settings for playing a game, music, or movie disc on your Xbox One console. For solutions to issues you may be having with disc playback, see How to troubleshoot problems playing a disc on your Xbox One.
To configure your console’s audio settings, see How to configure audio settings on your Xbox One console.
Disc and Blu-ray settings allow you to set the Xbox One console behavior for disc playback. There are three basic types of settings:
- Disc settings
- Blu-ray settings
- Preferred language settings
You can get to these settings by following these steps:
- Press the Xbox button to open the guide.
- Select Settings.
- Select All Settings.
- Select Disc & Blu-ray.
The following settings control how the console behaves when a disc is inserted:
- Play disc automatically
If you select this setting, a disc begins playing automatically when you insert it.
- Resume playback
If you select this setting, the player bookmarks the point at which you stopped watching the disc. When you start watching again, it resumes at the same point.
The following advanced settings are available for the Blu-ray player:
- Dolby Digital dynamic range control
This setting allows for full audio or modifies the audio to keep a consistent volume even through the loudest action scenes.
- Enable BD Live to improve Blu-ray playback
This setting allows access to additional features and content through the BD Live service.
- Persistent Storage
Use this setting to clear Blu-ray–specific data that's been cached to the console.
Preferred language settings
The following preferred language settings are available for disc menus:
Sets the language used for the movie menus.
Sets the language for the audio track of the movie.
Sets the language for subtitles in the movie.
Note These language settings are defaults and may not be supported by all movies.
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