Red Giant’s PluralEyes 3 for Mac is now available. This latest iteration of the superior audio synching software is the first version that’s been released since Red Giant acquired Singular Software (and it has gotten so much better since version 1 – which was awesome in its own right at the time).
Red Giant claims 20x speed increases in PluralEyes 3 and, after having seen demos of the software back at NAB 2012, I can vouch that those numbers are legit. This latest version absolutely sings – no matter how many audio clips you pile on to be synched up.
Aside from the solid speed boost, here’s the other new features Red Giant PluralEyes 3 offers:
- Sync features all in one place. Red Giant’s integration of DualEyes features has created a standalone PluralEyes application, taking audio/video syncing out of the NLEs and into its own work environment.
- New interface with visual feedback. A brand new interface offers more confidence with a timeline and visual feedback. Users can identify sync problems and monitor the sync in real time.
- Bring quality control to the edit. New ‘test & tweak’ features offer important quality control options like Two-Up View and Snap to Sync, along with a visual timeline, for finished footage that’s ready for creative editing.
- Pays for itself in minutes. PluralEyes pays for itself in saved time on the first project, and is backed by Red Giant’s Red Pledge guarantee, giving support for all hosts for one price.
PluralEyes 3 for Mac is available immediately and priced at $199.00 for new customers, and as a $79.00 upgrade for Plural Eyes 2 and DualEyes owners. Check it out here on Red Giant’s website.