Imagine that you want to use the Research Cycle video created by NCState Libraries in your LibGuide.
The embed code as generated by YouTube:
The title attribute simply tells what type of resource has been embedded with the iFrame code.
The improved embed code (the change is bolded):
Subtitles can help when a user is deaf or hard of hearing, when they are learning English, or when they are viewing the video in a space where noise is an issue and they have neither headphones or speakers (depending on the situation).
There are several ways to make your video more accessible.
Most closed captions are actually technically subtitles.
List by Rebeca Peacock, LOEX Encore Presentation, Accessibility: The Final Frontier, June 15, 2018