Red Giant has updated its Mac compatible audio/video syncing plugin PluralEyes to version 4.1, which includes a number of new features designed for filmmakers and content producers where they need it the most. This update is free to current PluralEyes users.
To celebrate this release, Red Giant is offering 25% off PluralEyes 4.1 in the redgiant.com store for 24 hours only. The sale includes full licenses, upgrades and academic store purchases (which are already 50% off), and will run until tomorrow, July 28, 10 a.m. (Pacific).
PluralEyes 4.1 is available as a standalone tool for $299 and as a part of the Red Giant Shooter Suite for $399. New features in PluralEyes 4.1 include:
° EDIUS Pro support. You can start a project in PluralEyes 4.1 and export the synced project as an FCP 7 XML file into EDIUS Pro 7.5 and 8.
° A new music video workflow. Music videos are often shot with the track playing in the background, over multiple takes and in multiple locations. PluralEyes 4.1 automatically consolidates all takes onto their own track, muting all background audio but the master track.
° Support for GoPro spanning media. To support longer recording times, some cameras record on multiple files or even multiple camera cards. PluralEyes detects and consolidates spanned clips into one. New to version 4.1 is spanning support for GoPro cameras.
° The ability to delete multiple clips together. You can select multiple clips and delete them all at once before exporting the project to an NLE.
° The ability to turn off drift-correction. Users now have the option to turn off drift-correction when the audio drift in a project would be considered minimal.