Multimedia player cannot speak subtitles
Where ICT displays video with synchronized audio, it MUST have a mode of operation to provide a spoken output of the available subtitles, except where the content of the displayed subtitles is not programmatically determinable (e.g. open subtitles).
When subtitles (a text translation of the original language) are spoken, people who are watching the video in a language other than their first language and people who are blind can benefit from hearing the subtitles read aloud.
NOTE: It is preferable to have the spoken subtitles in a separate audio track from the original audio track so that the spoken subtitles do not compete with the main audio track.
Fix this issue by providing a way for subtitles (language translation of what is spoken in the video) to be read out loud, preferably in a separate audio track so as not to compete with the main audio track.