Vancouver based Singular Software today announces an exclusive offer for current PluralEyes users. For a limited time only, current PluralEyes users switching non-linear editors can purchase a new PluralEyes license for half price. By analyzing the audio information, PluralEyes synchronizes audio and video clips automatically, without the need for timecode, clappers or other special preparation. The crossgrade promotion is available to anyone that purchased PluralEyes prior to July 4, 2011.
Manhattan Edit Workshop, the cutting-edge authorized digital-training destination for post-production and content creators, chats with Bruce Sharpe of Singular Software, developers of workflow automation applications for digital media, at NAB 2011 in this Mewshop Padumentary episode. Josh Apter talks dual-system audio syncing with Bruce. The NAB Padumentary Series is a perfect example of the innovative, entrepreneurial and integrated spirit of Manhattan Edit Workshop.