A-Pix Entertainment

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Background

A-Pix Entertainment was a low-budget video distributor and a subsidiary of Unapix Entertainment. The company folded in 2001, after its parent company filed for bankruptcy.

1st Logo (Early 1990s-1997)

A-Pix Entertainment (1990's).jpg https://youtu.be/bUpT9HFVpPQ

Logo: On a white background, the blue text "A-PIX" with a bar underneath rises up. The text "ENTERTAINMENT" appears below.

Variant: On the beginning of tapes, it takes place on a light blue/dark blue gradient background.

FX/SFX: The text emerging from top to bottom.

Music/Sounds: A rising synth flourish, ending with a synthesized pulse. This is actually stock music from the royalty-free library "The Mix", owned by Sound Ideas.

Availability: Can be seen on releases from the company from the period, including My Brother's Wife.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (1997-2001)

A-Pix Entertainment (1997-2001).jpg https://youtu.be/eQ23h39P0TY

Logo: On a black background with a sun in the center, a silver ball with a star shape in the middle zooms out. Then, a lowercase A zooms out as well. The text "A-PIX ENTERTAINMENT" appears below.

FX/SFX: Everything in decent CGI.

Music/Sounds: A majestic synth brass theme.

Availability: Can be seen on the company's releases from this period.

Editor's Note: None.