Starvision Plus

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


PT. Kharisma Starvison Plus, commonly known as Starvision is an Indonesian film production company, which was rebranded from Kharisma Jabar Film on February 26, 1995 by Chand Parwez Servia, Shanker RS and Raj Indra Singh. Currently, Starvision has produced more than fifty soap operas and twenty big-screen movies.

1st Logo (1995-1999)

Visuals: On a starfield is several silver shooting stars. As this happens, there is a zooming white plate with a color wheel (colors: black, blue, purple, red, orange, yellow, green, and dark green)on its center. A blue plate falls from the top of the screen to behind the white plate, then stops. A star wipes in on the center of the color wheel. A blue "V" zooms out below the blue plate, then followed by "STAR" zooming beside it, and also "ISION" on the right. That makes it "STARVISION". The star shoots out another star just as the logo fades out.

Variant: A still version exists, with the logo already formed.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: Robotic music, followed by a majestic fanfare, ending with a whoosh sound when the star shoots out another star.

Availability: This is seen on 1995-1999 StarVision shows/movies. One notable example is Spontan.

2nd Logo (1999-2002)

Visuals: On a nighttime setting, a lake in front of us, with forests and mountains from the distance. The screen zooms through the lake, through the forests and up to the mountains. The screen pans up from the mountains, to outer space. The screen passes Saturn, a star and the screen zooms towards Earth. As the screen zooms, we can see an orbiting satellite. When we reach Earth, freeze-framing occurs and the Earth turns into a blue plate. A white plate falls from the top, pasting itself on the blue plate. Then a 3D color-wheel with the colors black, blue, purple, red, orange, yellow, green, and dark green, appears from the left, this time pasting itself on the white oval. A star appears from the center of the color wheel, growing until it overlaps the blue oval. "StarVision" then zooms out letter-by-letter. Near the end of the logo, "StarVision" shines as the star shoots out another star.

Variant: A still version exists, with the logo already formed.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: The theme from the previous logo.

Availability: Seen on shows and movies from 1999-2002.

3rd Logo (2002-2005)

Visuals: On a black background is the Earth zooming towards the camera. It rotates to reveal the Indonesian map, and after this it goes slow-mo as a satellite appears from the right. Then the Earth zooms out from a person's eye. The iris of the eye then turns into the color-wheel, this time carved like a star and colored slightly different from the previous one, with light-blue and dark-gray in place of purple and black, respectively. The wheel spins as the blue plate from before, carved as a blue ring with pointy lines on the edge, zoom out, flipping constantly until it surrounds the wheel. The BG changes into a space BG, and like before the words "StarVision" zooms out letter-by-letter, this time leaving a blue trail when it zooms. The wheel, as well as the words, shine.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A remixed version of the previous logo's fanfare.

Availability: Seen on 2002-2005 shows and movies.

4th Logo (2005-2017)

Visuals: On a black background, a star appears and shines gently, eventually turning into a globe of Asia. The background turns into a space background as this happens. Then, it shows an extreme close-up of the globe, where seven multicolored arrows glide in from the left side of the globe, surrounding it and turning into rings. The logo slowly zooms out as this happens. The rings start to fly from the globe and transforms into a single, large ring and tilts upwards. A star appears in the center of the globe and flashes, turning the globe into a color wheel that contains the colors of the previous logo's color wheel. Like usual, the words "StarVision" zoom out letter by letter, and like the previous logo it leaves blue trails when it zooms.


  • A short version exists, which starts from the globe turning into the color wheel. This version is seen in most soap operas and some movies.
  • Sometimes, after the logo finishes, text would appear below "StarVision" via a flash effect. It can be "CITRA BERKUALITAS PRIMA" ("High-Quality Imagery" in Indonesia) or, as an opening variant, "MEMPERSEMBAHKAN"("Presents" in Indonesia). This usually only happens with the short version.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: Yet another remix of the first logo's music. This one had more whooshes and loud noises than before.

Audio Variants: Some soap operas and movies had this logo with the opening theme playing over it. Others have this logo silent.

Availability: Seen in most Indonesian soap operas and movies.

5th Logo (May 10, 2017-)

Visuals: The camera zooms out of a galaxy as many stars shoot out to the center. The galaxy is revealed to be encased within a silver elliptical ring. The stars form the eight-pointed star shape as the galaxy shrinks into the familiar color wheel. The ring turns blue as the star shape becomes a cut-out. As all of this is happening, "STARVISION" in different font fades in below.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: None or the opening theme.

Availability: This logo is seen on films and non-soap opera television series (television films and soap operas continue to use the previous logo). It is first seen on Critical Eleven.

Kharisma Jabar Film
Starvision Plus
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