MAKE YOUR OWN 20th Century Fox Fanfare Logo intro





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Published on Apr 5, 2009

Making your own 20th Century Fox fanfare logo.

On your desktop, create a folder and call it "blender". All information, links and programs related to the making of your logo, will be stored in that folder for easier location.

Okay, firstly you will need to obtain the free program to render the logo that you want to create. Visit the below link and download the blender program to the folder on your desktop. The blender site is located here at this link:


Now, you want to obtain the FOX logo file created by Matt Hoecker, and save it to your desktop blender folder. Matt's logo can be saved by right clicking on this link:


Okay, so now you have the FOX logo and the program.

Below are the Instructions on how to create your own personal FOX fanfare logo. Below that, are pieces of additional information


Please venture to the following URL to where you will find instruction on creating this easy logo:



When I created my own personal FOX logo, it had taken me about 6 minutes to customize it for my liking. I am sure it will probably take you about the same. When I rendered my video, I did it with the following properties, which had taken approximately 16 (sixteen) hours to render (some others have said it had taken twice that time):

frames: 600 (The total amount of frames in this fanfare)
measurements: 1000 x 562
avi raw: Selected on the render blender
size: 98,942 KB AVI File
duration: 0:00:19

BACKGROUND MUSIC: None of the files in this tutorial have sound files. There are many searchable sound files you can find and use for the background music of your Fox intro.

Oh, and don't forget to come back and do a video response by adding your intro video to mine.

Good luck.

Take care and have fun.


We did not create the files or programs associated with this tutorial. We merely followed the instruction in the description, made our own, then created this tutorial so others can make their own as well.

Your video file (when finished rendering) will be located on your computer at this directory:


Remember that this video is a tutorial and and is for educational purposes only. We do not take requests to make these for youtube members, as is why we created the tutorial for you. Besides, our engineering department has configured our email program NOT to send nor receive email greater than 1 megabyte... the file size of the finished rendered job in this tutorial is 964 megabytes.

We only answer questions posted to the video... and DO NOT answer questions sent to our personal inbox. This is why we have set the video to take questions and comments.



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