Singular Software (http://www.singularsoftware.com), developer of automation applications for digital media markets, says a Mac OS X version of DualEyes, currently a Windows-only audio synchronization application for video production, is in the works.
Designed to work alongside almost all video editing applications, including Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, and Sony Vegas Pro, DualEyes employs the same automatic synchronization technology as PluralEyes — which is currently offered in a Mac version — to streamline the otherwise tedious and time-consuming process of syncing dual-system recordings with the corresponding video, says Bruce Sharpe, CEO, Singular Software.
Unlike PluralEyes, DualEyes works as a standalone application, with an emphasis on the dual-audio workflow. It can be used with software ranging from entry-level consumer editors to comprehensive professional production suites, Sharpe says. Users need simply capture audio on a separate high-quality recorder and import it along with the video clips.
DualEyes then automatically synchronizes the audio to match each video clip in both start time and duration. Its technology recognizes audio and video files, so no special layout or organization is needed. DualEyes magically replaces all original in-camera scratch audio files with the separately recorded high-quality audio.