From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


FlixMix was formed in 2000 as a division of Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. The company was made to produce compilation and documentary DVDs of various clips from popular movies from Universal and other film studios. The company was shut down in late 2004.

1st Logo (Early 2000s)

Visuals: On a black background is a filmstrip (with a count down on the filmstrip) moving towards the camera. The filmstrip forms a lowercase L with the letters (F, I, X, M, another I, and another X) forming the word, "FlixMix" (with purple behind the logo.) Orange text moves in from the left under the logo with lens flare forming "nothing but the good stuff" (with "good" being white.)

Technique: CGI.

Audio: The sound of a filmstrip rolling with two beeps from the countdown. Followed by a whoosh sound when the "FlixMix" logo forms. Then a announcer says "FlixMix", then "nothing but the good stuff".

Availability: Seen on compilation DVDs released by the company.

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