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PluralEyes 1.2.1 Beta 2 for Final Cut Pro now available  
Monday, May 24, 2010 | by Rob Galbraith
A beta release of PluralEyes, Singular Software's automatic audio-to-video synchronization software for Apple Final Cut Pro, is now available for download. Version 1.2.1 Beta 2 includes the ability to replace audio within a digital SLR's video file with audio recorded separately and place the result in a new output sequence.

The Replace Audio feature is described this way on Singular's website:

This option is typically used when you have a single video track and a single audio track. For example, the video comes from a DSLR camera using the built-in mic and the audio comes from an external audio recorder with higher-quality sound. The goal is to use the external audio instead of the camera audio. It is convenient to have the audio replaced in the clips in the synced timeline, so that no further effort is required to keep them in sync during the editing process.

The Replace audio option does that for you. When chosen, an additional output sequence is created where the audio in each video clip is replaced by the audio from the synced audio track. Note that the clips are changed in this sequence only. The original media files and the other sequences are not modified in any way.


PluralEyes 1.2.1 Beta 2 For Final Cut Pro can be downloaded free of charge. The final version will be US$149. PluralEyes is also available, in either beta or final form, for Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 or later and Sony Vegas Pro 8.0c or later. The company is also preparing to release DualEyes, a standalone audio-to-video synchronization application. It's expected to emerge first as a public beta.
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