Friday, December 16, 2011

PluralEyes For Final Cut Pro X Enters Public Beta Stage

Vancouver, British Columbia, December 15, 2011 — Singular Software, a developer of workflow automation applications for video production, is pleased to announce that the PluralEyes for Apple Final Cut Pro X Public Beta is now available. The multi-award winning PluralEyes technology works alongside Final Cut Pro to instantly sync multi-camera video and audio tracks; saving hours of tedious, manual syncing during post.

"We have a large PluralEyes for Final Cut Pro user base, so it was imperative that we added support for the latest release," says Bruce Sharpe, CEO of Singular Software. "Many of our PluralEyes for Final Cut Pro users employ multi-camera and dual-system audio workflows...relying heavily on PluralEyes to facilitate the media sync. Whether editing with Final Cut Pro version 7 or X, we want to ensure our customers enjoy all of the same advanced synchronization capabilities that PluralEyes has to offer.

Final Cut Pro X editors can download the new PluralEyes public beta at When it is released, support for Final Cut Pro X will be a free update for all current users of PluralEyes.

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