Thursday, September 30, 2010

DualEyes for WIndows released

While it was previously available as a beta, Singular Software has now formally released DualEyes™ for Windows®, which employs the same automatic synchronization technology as PluralEyes to streamline the process of syncing dual-system recordings with the corresponding video. Unlike PluralEyes, which is a plug-in for Final Cut Pro, DualEyes is a standalone Windows Application designed to work alongside almost all video editing applications, including Adobe® Premiere Pro®, Avid® Media Composer®, and Sony® Vegas Pro®.

"Unlike PluralEyes, DualEyes works as a standalone application, with an emphasis on the dual-audio workflow. No more of the 'hunt, trim, hunt, trim' steps required by manual synchronization; DualEyes is quick and easy, and can incorporate the highest quality audio for any video production," says Bruce Sharpe, CEO, Singular Software.

DualEyes - Pricing and System Requirements
DualEyes is available to purchase for $149 USD via the Singular Software website ( Introductory pricing: if purchased before October 30, 2010 the price is $119; a 20% discount.

DualEyes requires Windows® XP®, Vista® or Windows 7®. A version for Mac® OS X users will be released at a later date.

A free 30-day trial version is also available for download from:

Singular Software: DualEyes
NotesOnVideo: PluralEyes 1.2 for Final Cut Pro

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