Hiba Video

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum

Logo (1980's-1990's)

Visuals: On a stock space background, a bunch of multicolored "comets" appear from all directions, forming a bunch of shapes and lines while at it, as a bunch of bright rings emerge from all directions, slowly zooming away from the viewer and then fades away after a short period of time. This is then followed by a bunch of multi-colored circles to fade in at the middle of the screen and to slowly zoom in towards the camera, with a faint galaxy appearing in front of the circles and zooming away while at it. Once the circles are gone, a green circle containing an abstract "hiba" fades in from the middle and rapidly zooms in towards the camera, and shortly disappears when it gets too close. The action repeats 2 more times but in the color gold with the last one being red but this time travelling to the top portion of the screen. Once it stops, The background changes into an abstract multicolored background and the "hiba" turns into white, with the text "HıBA VıDEO" in a thick font to fade in below the "hiba". At the same time, 2 white beams appear against the dot from the "i" of the "hiba" to fill out the missing dots of "HıBA VıDEO", followed by "PRESENTS" appearing below afterwards.

Technique: Primitive computer animation.

Audio: A bunch of synthesized warbling sounds.

Availability: It was only known to appear on a VHS release of Janjaal and Sahadat. Not much is known about this company, though.

Cookies help us deliver our services. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.