Adobe Systems

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Logo: In space, we see the Earth spinning on the bottom-right. A bright comet (or possibly a star) shoots off in a northwest-ward direction. Immediately after the comet exits the frame, the Adobe logo (which is a red square with an abstract "A" cut out of it, and "Adobe" below in white) spins in and hits the screen, causing the orange flash of light to emit and turn the background black. Then, the Adobe logo zooms out, shines a bit and the entire logo fades at the end.

Technique: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: A synth note that plays on the E key accompanied by a messy harpsichord arpeggio when the logo flies in. When it hits the screen, a cymbal crash is heard as the synth note changes to the A key, then a series of computerized blips when the logo shines.

Availability: Ultra rare, used on a very few number of softwares like Adobe PhotoDeluxe 3.0 and Adobe Acrobat 5: Educational Version. You can find this on the autoplay of the disc.

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