Originally Posted by NetworkTV
It's called "Descriptive Video", not "Descriptive Audio". In other words, it describes what you're supposed to be seeing in the video.
It's like having a person watching the movie with you, telling you everything that is happening visually.
That's correct. The full term is Descriptive Video Service (DVS) and it should show up as an option when you first pop-in the Finding Nemo disc.
However, I think this is grammatically incorrect and would prefer the term "descriptive audio". Descriptive is an adjective - it is the audio that is being descriptive and the video that is being described, thus it should be "descriptive audio service" or "video description service". Oh well...