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Background: Ubisoft Video is a home video division of Ubisoft. Founded in 1976 as World of Porn, in which they used to make pornography tapes until 1981 when they changed to Kid Video to make some kids cartoons on VHS after they stopped making pornography tapes. In 1986, when "Ubisoft" was founded, Ubisoft then Acquired the company, and they changed their name to "Ubisoft Video". As of today, The Company Is Still Active, and they still make Childeren's Cartoons on video as of today and they also have a brand "Ubisoft India Extreme" to release Indian movies on video

1st Logo(as "World Of Porn)

(1976-1981)

Logo: TBA

FX/SFX: None

Cheesy Factor: Which looks very ugly, even for the time.

Music/Sounds: A Catchy drum tune with a bunch of girls chanting "World of Porn" until it cuts to black

Availability: TBA

Scare Factor: Medium because of the text.

2nd logo(As Kid Video)

(1981-1986)

Logo: Same as the 1st logo, but the Text says "Kid Video" instead

FX/SFX: None

Cheesy Factor: Which looks very ugly, even for the time.

Music/Sounds: A intense synth theme

Availability: TBA

Scare Factor: Same as the 1st logo. Though Some might have Nightmares due to the Intensive Synth music

3rd logo(As Ubisoft Video)

(1986-1995)

Logo: The word "UBI" is written in big Persian rose-colored font, with hand-written orange "Soft" over it to the lower right corner. Even below the logo, "UBISOFT HOME VIDEO" is seen, also in orange.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: A deep Synthesized tune that continues to the Warning Screen

Availability: Extremely rare.

Scare Factor: None.

4th logo (1995-2004)

Logo: Same as the 1995-2004 counterpart, But "E N T E R T A I N M E N T" Is replaced by "H O M E  V I D E O"

Variants: A Still Version Exists

FX/SFX: The logo moving, the light transforming into the cap.

Music/Sounds: A fast-descending wind-chime intro, followed by a mellow 8-note piano composition. After a few years, the piano composition was abandoned, only leaving the wind-chime sounds and a dark sounder after it.

Availability: Common.

Scare Factor: Depending on the logo variant:

  • Original version: Low to medium. The darkness of the logo may surprise viewers, and some people may also be nervous about the piano composition on early tapes, especially for those if they are not expecting it, but this is a favorite of many.
  • Still Version: None

5th logo

(2004-Present)

Logo: Same as the 2004-2009 Counterpart. but with "V I D E O" below "UBISOFT"

Variants:

  • A Still variant exists on early releases

FX/SFX: Very good CGI.

Music/Sounds: Same as the 2004-2009 Counterpart. But with Techno-Style Drum beats. After a few years, the Techno-Style Drum beats were removed, only leaving the catchy synth theme with the dings after it.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • On French, UK and Canadian Go! Go! Connie-Chan VHS tapes and DVDs distributed by Ubisoft Video, as the music ends, we hear Connie-Chan Shouting "Good-Morning!" after the logo is formed, The US releases from ConnorWorks Home Entertainment may also have this variant after the ConnorWorks Home Entertainment "Modern Neon Saoirse" logo

Availability: Current, and still in use today. This also plastered the Madhumukhee-Greenland Combines logo on later prints of Madhumukhee-Greenland Combines'a films under the "Ubisoft India Extreme" Label. Oddly when the 2017 logo debuted, this logo is still used as an on-screen logo.

Scare Factor:None to low, due to the fast movement and synth fadeout. 

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