Vancouver, British Columbia - Singular Software, developer of workflow automation applications for digital media, has announced that its flagship product PluralEyes has expanded its support for non-linear editing applications to include Avid Media Composer software. PluralEyes dramatically accelerates the workflow for multi-camera, multi-take and dual-system audio productions by analyzing audio information and automatically synchronizing audio and video clips. In addition to Media Composer, PluralEyes also supports NewsCutter software.
"Singular Software is pleased to add Media Composer to our growing list of supported applications," says Bruce Sharpe, CEO, Singular Software. "We've heard feedback from many editors on how PluralEyes has become the key component for managing their DSLR and multi-camera workflows. We look forward to bringing these same benefits to the Avid editing community."
PluralEyes can be used for a wide-range of projects, from weddings and live events, to documentaries, commercials, indie films and more.
Scott Simmons, creative editor at Filmworkers, Nashville, says: "As a longtime user of PluralEyes for Final Cut Pro, I was very excited to see it come to Avid Media Composer. I often perform more complex edits using Media Composer, including music video edits, so the ability to deploy PluralEyes will be a boon to my productivity, music video, and otherwise."
PluralEyes for Media Composer works with Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7, Mac OS X and with Media Composer versions 4 and 5, as well as NewsCutter. It is available to purchase via the Singular Software Web site for an introductory price of $119 USD until February 21. The regular price is $149 USD.
PluralEyes for Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cut Pro, and Sony Vegas Pro is available for purchase on the Singular Software Web site: http://www.singularsoftware.com/buy.html.
Students and instructors can also benefit from Singular Software's academic discount of 50%, which can be applied to individual purchases of PluralEyes.