Singular Software's PluralEyes for Final Cut Pro is an indispensable addition to video post-production workflows in which audio was recorded separately from the camera, or when sound from multiple cameras needs to be synced up for editing. This is especially useful if you're shooting DSLR video and want to record professional-quality audio on portable recorders (such as the Zoom H4n or Tascam DR100). Whether you use a slate or timecode--or nothing at all--for reference, once you import the video and audio into Final Cut Pro, the PluralEyes plug-in will compare the external audio to that recorded by the camera and automatically sync the two together. No more fussing and tweaking and squinting at waveforms--not only bringing better organization to your production, but saving hours of precious time.
OS X 10.4.11 or later
Final Cut Pro 5.1.4 or later
Both PPC and Intel processors supported
1. Because updates to Final Cut Pro can significantly change the interfaces that PluralEyes uses, we can only officially support the latest update of each version (currently 5.1.4, 6.0.6, and 7.0.3)
2. PluralEyes requires Final Cut Pro and does not work with Final Cut Express or iMovie.