Singular Software Products Are Now Part of Red Giant!
By Sean Safreed
Published on Monday, July 9th, 2012

I am very excited to announce that Red Giant has acquired Singular Software’s audio synchronization products and technology.

Andrew Little and I started Red Giant in 2002. Over the last 10 years we have grown from a small team with a couple of great plug-ins, to a fast-growing company with dozens of plug-ins, artist-driven presets, stand-alone apps like Magic Bullet Looks and Grinder, and even iOS apps that tens of thousands of users rely upon every day.

When talking with Singular Software, we realized that we share a similar culture and vision. Our companies are both spread out geographically, with many team members working remotely but efficiently using Google Docs, Skype and other tools to refine ideas and build products. Bruce Sharpe and his full product team are partnering with Red Giant, and will continue their laser-like focus on PluralEyes®, the best tool for synchronizing video.

With PluralEyes 3.0, we see a fantastic product that makes media preparation faster and easier for users. It also makes production simpler. PluralEyes fits naturally alongside our Magic Bullet Looks to make video productions come together faster. Version 3.0 is coming soon and will continue to support a variety of video editors on Mac and Windows.

Beyond PluralEyes 3.0, our companies have a shared vision for media production. We think that too many tedious tasks get in the way of real editing, and we want to help our users focus on the creative parts. We’re excited to include Singular Software’s technology in future Red Giant products.

Sean Safreed

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6 Responses to “Singular Software Products Are Now Part of Red Giant!”

  1. Sean Slaven - Gonkford Media Says:

    This is awesome news. I’m a big fan of Red Giant’s products and Singular’s products. The acquisition makes perfect sense and I look forward to seeing how you integrate the product lines. Keep up the good work and thanks for making my workflow less painful.

  2. Aydin Odyakmaz Says:

    Can we now figure out a way to have Plural license work on all programs CS6 , FCPX and not be asked to pay another fee. If we license the product we should be able to switch platforms as required?

  3. Kaylinn Solazzo Says:


    Thanks for the feedback! We greatly appreciate it.
    With a Plural license you will need to purchase another license to be able to use it in a different host application.
    Please contact us if you have any follow up questions.
    Thank you.

  4. Douglas Horn Says:

    Congratulations. It seems like a great fit. As Aydin says, it would be nice to see PluralEyes eventually come under the Red Pledge of one purchase across multiple hosts.

    I would love to see an offset option added so that DSLR footage which is 2-3 frames off sync in most cameras could be brought into true sync.

  5. Vincent Says:

    Verry nu usible package of software. Shity intergration whit Adobe premire cs6, not usible. Wen You bought it’s à pitty of youre money .

  6. Kaylinn Solazzo Says:


    If you are having any troubles, please contact our support team:

    Thank you,



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