updated 05:55 pm EST, Sun November 14, 2010
Now in beta for Avid Media Composer as well
Just a month after announcing a public beta for the program, Singular Software has brought its PluralEyes companion product to Adobe Premiere Pro for the Mac. The external tool can synchronize multi-camera, multi-take or dual-system audio with video clips automatically without any special preparation, creating both a master track and secondary collection of clips that remain in sync with the master audio, saving video editors many hours in post-production.
The program is compatible with both the CS4 and CS5 editions of Premiere Pro. The company currently offers a separate version for Final Cut Pro, and is beta-testing a version for Avid Media Composer. PluralEyes for Premiere Pro requires OS X 10.5 or later, QuickTime Player 7, and highly recommends the use of the free Perian plug-in to extend the range of compatible formats.
A free, fully-functional 30-day trial is available, along with discounts for students and educators. Until December 11th, the software is priced at an introductory level of $119 (normally $149).