Video Editing Experience Gets Faster and Easier
If you have shot video professionally, you know that your audio will probably be captured to a device separate from the video camera. This is the case more and more often as people opt to use HDSLR cameras for video instead of regular video cameras. The trick to this is that you then have to sync audio and video in post, and that can be a time-consuming job of arduous detail. Singular Software seeks to make the process simpler with the release of PluralEyes 3. What the software does is automatically sync your audio and video together, freeing you up to do more important, less tedious work. They are currently beta testing and if you want to give it a spin, follow the instructions below.
PluralEyes 3: The Beta Begins
Try out the future of automatic sync PluralEyes lets you sync audio and video clips without timecode, clappers or any special preparation. And now you have a chance to try out PluralEyes 3 (for free!). This version is a major upgrade which is more interactive, faster and dependable.It is a beta so there may be glitches, but we think you’re going to love it. Let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.*Note: This beta is for Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) only. Media Composer support is not there yet but will be coming soon. A Windows version is still some weeks away.
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The PluralEyes Team
Dslrnewsshooter site editor Dan Chung talks to Bruce Sharpe of Singular software about the upcoming version 3.0 release. The software features a video and audio interface and is ten to twenty times faster than Pluraleyes 2.
If you opt in to the beta test please keep us posted on your experience. We are also interested in featuring filmmakers, videographers and photographers about their creative process, so please hit us up in the comments or our contact page. And feel free to follow the conversation on Twitter and Facebook!