Compiled by RarityLand and Thisisanswer
Logos presented here.
1st Logo (Early 80's)
Nicknames: "Blurry Clowns", "First Time with BASIC", "Axel Scrolling"
Logo: On a blurry shot of what appear to be toy clowns, the digital text "VIDEOTRONIC" is seen scrolling up with 4 asterisks on the right and 5 asterisks on the left, as well as an address. It scrolls several times before appearing in the middle of the screen, with the asterisk flashing, before scrolling up more. This is before a warning in Polish appears with "UWAGA" appear on top and bottom surrounded by exclamation points, with one flashing. The warning then scrolls up, but with a notable border cutting off most of it before fading out.
FX/SFX: The words scrolling up, the symbols flashing.
Music/Sounds: A distorted version of "Axel F".
Availability: Extremely rare. It's unknown what actual releases are there.
Editor's Note: Its a very enigmatic logo, and an EXTREMELY cheap one at that.
2nd Logo (Mid 80's)
Logo: On a black background, "VIDEOTRONIC" can be seen above in blue, with the "V" having a line that connects with the "T". Below it, warning text scrolls up in blue, yellow, and red. When it finishes, the screen, revealing a yellow border, flips around to reveal address information for ZZJOP.
FX/SFX: The words scrolling up, the flipping.
Music/Sounds: A synth-rock tune.
Availability: Same as before.
Editor's Note: Better, since at least it isn't confusing.