Logo: On a red background, the "NCV" letters spin to the camera. Then the camera zooms to the letters, which rotate, and it also rotates like crazy, and in another
FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: The CGI's quality is not bad, but the way it is animated... Seriously?! The crazy camera and rotations after the 1st seconds weren't really neccesary! And that abrupt music change of the 1998 music... is it really a joke?
- 1998-2000: A monophonic bassline riff, with a "marching" snare. A cymbal is later heard, with a low sitar note and an ascending clean guitar.
- 2000-2001: TBA
Availability: Seen on VCDs from the company in that period.
Scare Factor: None to low. People will go jumpy with that sudden camera movement, but the logo's horribly animated that it decreases the logo a little.
Logo: On a zooming sky picture, we see a metallic "V", which then rotates so we can see it's other letters "C" and "N". The letters start spinning and go stop at the left,
FX/SFX/Cheesy Factor: The zooming picture, and the objects rotating. All the CGI animation used is not very thrilling and poorly-made, and the sky picture stops zooming 1 second before the logo ends! Not to also mention the awful music...
Music/Sounds: A poor synthezised beat, with a choir half-way at the logo.
Availability: It's seen on low-budget DVDs from the company. In 2006 NCV almost ran out of budget while making DVDs, so their DVD releases stopped for some years and the logo was no longer used. Current DVDs from the company now have a newer logo, but not using the "DVD" wordmark.
Scare Factor: None. It's so cheesy it's laughable.
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