Tyndale Family Video

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Tyndale Family Video was a home video division of Tyndale. Founded in 1988 by its own home video company Tommy Nelson, it was best known for making VHS tapes. In 1997, Tyndale Family Video was renamed as Tyndale Entertainment.

Logo (1993-1997)

Visuals: On a black background, a purple and white letter "D" is seen rotating and zooming up to the screen. As it is zooming, "TYN", "D", and "ALE" in a cyan font and in all-caps appear and come together on the top part of the screen. Then, the word "family" in a faded pink handwriting-esque font appears with a left-to-right wiping effect below "TYNDALE". At the same time, the letters "V", "I", "E", and "O", which are in the same font as "TYNDALE" and have the same color as the zooming letter "D", appear. The letter "D" that was first seen zooming up to the screen finishes zooming at this time, and the"V", "I", "E", and "O" arrange themselves where the letter "D" is at the bottom part of the screen to make "VIDEO". Once this is completed, the words "Distributed by" appear in white at the top of the logo. After a few seconds, the logo fades out.

Variants: Sometimes the words "Distributed by" are not shown. On Spunky's First Christmas, the logo fades out early so that the words "in association with" can be shown during the last part of the music.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: A synth sounder made of some droning and two chords.

Availability: It can be seen on some tapes of Superbook and McGee and Me.

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