Macro Entertainment

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Background: Macro Entertainment (formerly Delta Home Video and Delta Video) was an Australian home video distributor that existed in the 1980s.

(Late 1980s-1990s)

Logo: On a black background, we see the Macro Entertainment logo (consisting of a silver connected "M" with interconnected lines and arches, with the "E" connecting to the bottom of the "M" is shown below, and the words "MACRO ENTERTAINMENT" in a tubular font, with "ENTERTAINMENT" smaller than usual), flips in from the right and then to the center. The Macro Entertainment logo then shines, and flashes.

Technique: Simple animation.

Music/Sounds: A synthesized rock music, which is actually "Score (29)" by Richard Myhill

Availability: Seen on all Macro Entertainment titles like Bye Bye Jimmy and Eleven Days Eleven Nights.

Editor's Note: Much better effort than the previous Delta Video logos, showing off its concept.

Delta Home Video
Macro Entertainment
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