Singular Software, a developer of workflow automation applications for digital media, says DualEyes is now available for Mac OS X. It’s designed as a standalone application for the automatic synchronization of video and audio clips for dual-system audio production.
Built to work alongside any video editing application, DualEyes is streamlined for the task of replacing in-camera scratch audio with separately recorded high-quality audio, says Bruce Sharpe, CEO, Singular Software. It synchronizes and cuts the audio to automatically match each video clip in both start time and duration.
Users record audio on a separate recorder and use DualEyes to replace the camera audio with that high-quality separate audio. With DualEyes’ technology, all original media files are kept intact, while new media files are created for advanced flexibility.
DualEyes for Mac OS X 10.5 and later is available to purchase via the Singular Software web site (http://www.singularsoftware.com/downloads.html ) for an introductory price of US$119 until Feb. 22. The regular price is $149.
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