PluralEyes 3: Let the Beta Begin!

June 4, 2012

by Singular Software

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

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.


How to Use

The PluralEyes Team


Skip Endless Hours of Tedious Manual Syncing

Synchronize Video & Audio Clips Quickly & Affordably

PluralEyes® works with your favorite video editing tool to instantly sync all of your multi-camera video and audio tracks – eliminating complicated camera set-ups, timecode, and hours of tedious manual syncing. Save time and money, reduce frustration, and free yourself to focus on the creative editing process.

How PluralEyes Works

Step 1: Record Video & Audio

Complete your dual-system audio, multi-camera, or multi-take shoot. There’s no need for any advance preparation, such as connecting cameras, recording timecode, or using clappers.

Step 2: Prepare Files
for Syncing

Using your favorite video editing tool (PluralEyes is compatible with Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro, Media Composer, and other leading software), create a new sequence, then add all of your shoot’s audio and video clips to the sequence. Be sure to give each recording device its own track.

Step 3: Sync Files with a
Single Click

Open PluralEyes, then click the “Sync” button. PluralEyes synchronizes all of your video and audio tracks automatically, so you can start the creative editing process using a layered timeline or a multi-angle display.

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