DVDs weren't the only format to contain this logo. It may also show up on laserdiscs. Of course, you will need a DTS decoder in order to hear the music for this logo. The slogan for this logo is "The Digital Experience".
Macrovision Quality Protection
Throughout the 2000s, this logo appeared at the end of all Universal Pictures films on VHS, DVD, and Blu-ray Disc. The logo was in use from 1997 to 2009.
Deluxe Digital Studios
Very short-lived, but it still appears on the 2005 DVD of Seuss Celebration: 9 Favorite Televised Classics.
Still in use today, this logo also appears on all Blu-ray Disc releases of Universal and Fox's films. One example is the DVD release of Home Alone: Family Fun Edition.
Any film studio
The 2005 warning screen was taken from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic: Pinkie Pie Party on DVD, while the 2012 warning screen was from My Little Pony: Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks.
Founded on June 15, 1985, Studio Ghibli is best known for distributing anime films like Castle in the Sky (1986), Kiki's Delivery Service (1989), Princess Mononoke (1997), Spirited Away (2001), and Howl's Moving Castle (2004). This logo actually premiered in 1991. It was seen on Cartoon Network when Spirited Away premiered there on February 3, 2006.
Toho Company, Ltd. is considered one of the most popular film studios in Japan. The logo shown below is taken from the anime film Metropolis (2001). It also appeared only on the original theatrical release of Spirited Away on July 20, 2001.
CJ Entertainment (2001-2004)
CJ Entertainment (2004-Present)
Current South Korean imports of CJ Entertainment's films and home video releases will have this logo.
Any film studio
From the 1980s to 1994, there were actually many different kinds of the first two warning screens/scrolls.
Often presenting after this warning scroll is one of two old Korean video warnings. They're actually "parental discretion" video warnings, and were widely used on all South Korean VHS tapes, with the first one from March 1990 to March 1991, and the second from April 1991 to April 1994.
The earliest known upload of one of the Korean video warnings was on May 21, 2006, at Nate Pann Video (pann.nate.com/video).
Another different disclaimer, this warning scroll was created by Shinhan Productions (신한 프로덕션). It was seen on a possible original 1992 VHS print of Fantasia (dubbed in Korean), and also on the 1993 VHS prints of The Little Mermaid and Beauty and the Beast. This warning scroll is the first South Korean equivalent of the 1991 green FBI Screens.
Here, the warning screens are recreated into high-definition format.
Beginning in Spring 1994, a new classification age rating disclaimer replaced the 1991-1994 video warning, when the "12+" and "15+" ratings changed colors (blue and yellow, respectively), while the "18+" rating remained red and the "All Ages" rating remained green. This also caused the 12+ and 15+ ratings to become legally restricted film ratings, where no one under those specific ages could rent or purchase such movies, as enforced by law.
The warning scroll can be seen on South Korean imports of VHS tapes such as Aladdin, The Lion King, Pocahontas, and mid-1990s prints of Peter Pan and The Jungle Book.
This time, as a lighter blue screen fades in, it already has the word "Warning" on top of the screen, then the same disclaimer text from the 1994-1996 version scrolls up, and as the last line goes off screen, the screen would immediately fade out. This warning scroll began on September 16, 1996 with Sleeping Beauty, which contains the film from the 1997 VHS in the U.S. import. It is also the South Korean equivalent of the late 90's green FBI screens.
Starting in late 1998, after the "ban for Japanese products" was lifted, all South Korean imports of VHS tapes contained another video warning, used until around mid-2004. In addition, by around early 1999, this warning scroll was slightly modified, and the disclaimer scrolls up even faster, for 10 seconds instead of 15. This version can be seen on the Korean VHS import of The Lion King II: Simba's Pride.
When DVDs hit the South Korean market in 1999, these were the first to appear since then.
DVDs distributed by Daewon Media use these warning screens.
Vidfilm International Digital
This logo appears at the end of UK imports, as well as imports of some other countries in Europe, Latin America and Asia, of Universal Studios Home Entertainment titles.