Using Post-Production Stage Actions to Enhance the Quality of Television Programs: A Descriptive-Analytics Study of the “Ba Wrdi” Program of the NRT Channel
Keywords:Post-Production, Actions, Main Terms, Video Quality.
Post-Production Stage is considered as one of the most important elements of production. Through this stage, the process of editing, organization and the consistency among video shots, sounds and colors is done by color-artists, designers, video editors, sound editors and animators. Post-Production Stage appeared with the development of television production technology. As such, how the Kurdish TV Channels use Post-Production Stage is becoming an increasingly critical subject of analysis and research. The need for researching, understanding and uncovering the use of post-production stage is very important.
In this paper, the researcher has taken NRT channel, its second season of “Ba Wrdi” program as a case study. The analysis-method was used for this study. The second season of “Ba Wrdi” has 26 episodes and 172 scenes. The researcher has studied 150 minutes and 33 seconds in the total of the 26 episodes. The present paper has arrived at the following conclusions that Designers of the program used color correction for the same purpose. They used color correction for the purpose of visual appeal rather than solving color issues, and in the programs designed by local NRT staff members, there are statistical discrepancies in color grading. This shows a limitation of experience and expertise of the NRT local post-production staff, also Designers of the channel have mostly used text and pictures in motion graphics.
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