There is a new FREE update to PluralEyes 4 is full of new features including:
EDIUS Pro support – Users can start a project in PluralEyes 4.1 and export the synced project to an FCP 7 XML file that can be imported into EDIUS Pro 7.5 or 8.
NOTE: all video media must have the same frame rate; mixed frame rates projects are not supported by the EDIUS XML import
Music Video Workflow – A popular way to shoot music videos is to have talent performing along with the same background audio (music track) in multiple takes or even in multiple locations. During the A/V sync, PluralEyes can automatically consolidate takes on their own track, muting all audio but the master track.
Support GoPro Spanning Media – In order to overcome file size limits, some cameras support a longer recording time by recording on multiple files or even multiple camera cards. PluralEyes can detect this, and consolidate spanned clips into a single clip, making working with the file much easier. New to the latest version of PluralEyes is spanning support for GoPro Cameras.
Delete multiple clips together – In version 4.1, you can now select multiple clips and delete them together, making it easier to clean up a synced project in PluralEyes 4.1 before exporting to an NLE.
Ability to turn off drift-correction – Previous versions of PluralEyes 4 always correct audio drift when audio drift reaches a certain threshold. This could lead to longer sync times for larger projects with audio drift that some might consider minimal. Now a user can turn off drift-correction by unchecking the “Correct Audio Drift” sync option under the Sync menu item.
PluralEyes 4.1 also includes the following bug fixes:
Addressed connectivity issues with the PluralEyes 4 panel for Premiere Pro that would generate “Unable to communicate with PluralEyes” or “Lost connection to PluralEyes” errors.
Resolved hangs that would occur when using the PluralEyes panel for Premiere Pro during the “Sending media to PluralEyes” step.