PluralEyes [Final Cut Pro Plug-in]

Posted: February 8, 2010 in Computer, Design, Video/Film
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The very talented Steve Taylor over at Digital Spatula told me about this plug-in. If I had only watched the PluralEyes video I would have thought – ‘yeah right’. But, coming from Steve, I know it works the way it’s advertised. Take a look.

PluralEyes (Singular Software) saves hours in post-production for multi-camera edits, dual-system audio or multi-take workflows such as music videos. It automatically synchronizes all your audio and video clips without the need for timecode, clappers or any special preparation.

PluralEyes for Final Cut Pro


Just $149 USD. Go to our online store.


Go to the downloads page to get a free trial version of PluralEyes. It’s fully functional for 30 days!


The manual for using PluralEyes with Final Cut Pro is here.

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  1. Sam Brown says:

    This really works! It aligns the audio between cameras and audio only tracks in a fraction of the time it would take to do it manually.

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