PS Video (New Zealand)

Background: PS Video (short for Perfect Shot Video) was a video conversion company based in Auckland, New Zealand, focusing on converting 8mm recordings to cassette, as well as editing them (per request of the customer). The company later expanded to archiving old films and releasing family/children's films, and became popular for their multi feature (multiple films in one tape) releases. They shut down in early-2001 after their headquarters were set on fire and the staff lacked insurance to pay for the damages.
1st Logo
(1998)

Logo: On a grey background, we see the text "A PERFECT SHOT VIDEO CONVERSION." rapidly changing colors. Beneath it is the text.

VIDEO/PHOTOGRAPHY
PROMOTIONAL FEATURES
TRAINING VIDEOS
EDITING/DUPLICATION
WEDDINGS/SPECIAL EVENTS
8MM FILM TRANSFER

COPYRIGHT 199X PS VIDEO
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: None.

Availability: Extinct, as with many companies within this profession.
2nd Logo
(1999-2001)

Logo: On a black background, we see a blue circle on the bottom of the screen move toward the viewer. Its sides line up in a circular fashion and the circle pans up to reveal the company initials in a scratched font. Beneath it is a black bar containing the text "PERFECT SHOT", and beneath the bar is more text, reading "FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY". The "PERFECT SHOT" text is soon replaced with "ENTERTAINMENT"

FX/SFX: Good animation.

Music/Sounds: A calm synth note, with techno drum notes, ending with a five-note flute theme.

Availability: Seen on compilations of old silent films, as well as family films and children's releases through their Action Brat Pack label.

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