Red Giant PluralEyes 4.1.1 | Mac OS X | 175 MB.
AUDIO TIMING OF FAST, ACCURATE AND AUTOMATIC. With a touch of a single button, PluralEyes analyzes audio from your cameras and audio devices and synchronize in a matter of seconds. No clapboards or Timecode are needed. the new PluralEyes v4.0, one of the tools (if not the) most popular and effective for synchronizing audio to multiple video streams.
What’s New in PluralEyes 4.0
Synchronizing audio clips and video in PluralEyes is now easier than ever with perfectly synchronized just a click away thanks to improvements hood that allow PluralEyes analyze images and automatically choose the best possible options means, so the user does not have to. With a completely updated look, new additional features include:
Adobe Premiere Pro panel
All the power and simplicity of synchronization PluralEyes without leaving Adobe Premiere Pro, simply press the sync button in Premiere Pro Panel and PluralEyes will do the rest. Giving users ease of mind, PluralEyes in Premiere Pro offers the same capabilities of color coding in the standalone version, so the editors know what clips, if any, need attention.
Import media is easier than ever with the Smart Start function PluralEyes. Drag and drop an entire folder of the media in PluralEyes, and during a sync automatically detect what media device came. Your files will qualify for the means of the same device are on the same track.
automatic drift correction
By synchronizing long clips, sound and video may tend to fail to match perfectly. PluralEyes can explain this and export a perfect synchronization with automatic drift correction, announced in version 3.5. New in Version 4, when the drift is detected, PluralEyes automatically fix, then give publishers the option to switch between synchronization drift-corrected and original audio for comparison.
Color coding clips unsynchronized
A, with color-coded visual essential characteristic of the early publishers PluralEyes show the synchronization progress, making adjustments easier. Now, PluralEyes export to Premiere Pro has a color coding option for clips that are not synchronized properly.
Giant Offload Network Integration
Red Giant Offload performs a checksum when transferring media card from the camera to the hard drive, giving the filmmakers the confidence that the images were backed up without loss. PluralEyes 4.0 is able to detect Offload filming events and bring to a workflow seamless Offload to PluralEyes to the host application.