DVW Described Video Enhancement Survey
We are asking these questions in an effort to learn how DVW and our partners can help enhance the experience of movies and TV programs for blind and partially sighted audiences. Please use your imagination! Feel free to suggest options that may seem challenging or ambitious; all of your suggestions will help us better understand your unique priorities and preferences.
Part 1 - Audio Production
How do you believe Described Video services could be improved to enhance your experience of movies and TV programs?
How could Described Video sound quality and audio mixing (e.g. the relative levels of music vs. dialogue, or dialogue vs. narration) be improved or used differently to enhance your experience of movies and TV programs?
Part 2 – Approaches to Narration
Imagine if an information-heavy program, such as a documentary, featured a DV narrator who had some knowledge or relevance to the program's subject matter. For example: a doctor narrating a health-focused documentary, or a marine biologist narrating a documentary about ocean life. How do you this this would impact your experience of the program?
Imagine if a television program or movie featured a DV narrator who was connected to the production. For example: a film’s director or producer narrating the DV, as opposed to a regular professional DV narrator. How do you think this would impact your experience of the program?
Thinking of the two previous scenarios, imagine a style of DV narration where the narrator functioned a bit more like a ‘character’. For example: introducing themselves at the beginning of the program and sprinkling in relevant insights if/when appropriate. How do you think this would impact your experience of the program?
What are your ideas for improving the style, approach, and content of the narration in Described Video?
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