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First beta of DualEyes audio-to-video sync software for Mac now available  
Friday, December 17, 2010 | by Rob Galbraith
Released earlier this year for Windows, Singular Software has now brought its DualEyes audio-to-video synchronization software to the Mac platform.

The standalone application, which is based on the company's superb PluralEyes plug-in for Final Cut Pro and other pro video editors, takes video from a digital SLR or other source plus separately recorded audio and synchronizes the two together, either replacing the video files' audio track with the external audio or creating separate audio files which precisely match each video clip.

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Ready to Sync: DualEyes for Mac OS X 1.0.0 beta

The first DualEyes release for Mac OS X is a public beta and is available for download now. It's free during the beta period, and US$149 once officially released. In the initial beta the Correct Drift sync option is not implemented. Instructions are here.
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