Hey folks – today we’re kicking off our PluralEyes 3.5 Public Beta. PluralEyes is already the fastest and best audio and multi-camera video sync in the industry, and it’s about to get a whole lot better. And we want to give you first crack at it.
PluralEyes 3.5 adds support for more media formats, speed improvements, better sync accuracy and other highly-requested enhancements. Here’s the complete list:
- AVCHD playback (that’s new for Windows) and support for spanned clips (that’s new for both Windows and OS X)
- Supported media types for Replace Audio now greatly expanded
- Lots of algorithm improvements result in faster and more accurate syncs.
- Automatic correction for sync drift (Over time in long videos, sound and video can stop matching up perfectly- this will fix that)
Looks good – right? But we need your help to make it as good as it can be. That means testing and feedback. If you’re up for the challenge, you’re invited to join the public beta so that you can use the new features right away – and let us know if you hit any bumps in the road so we can fix them.
PREMIERE PRO USERS:
- Once downloaded, just run the installer like any other. The beta software will run without a serial number and eventually time out – similar to our other trial software.
- Don’t worry – you can have previous versions of PluralEyes installed and running on you machine while you also have the PluralEyes 3.5 Beta installed.
We recommend you download the PluralEyes 3.5 Connector Extension for working between PluralEyes 3.5 & Premiere Pro. This Extension file makes it easy to send your timeline directly from Premiere Pro into PluralEyes, for syncing – if that is your workflow.
- Get the PluralEyes Beta 3.5 Release notes HERE.
- Read the PluralEyes 3.5 Connector Installation notes HERE.
Your feedback is really important in helping us make PluralEyes 3.5 the best it can be, so we’ve tried to make it as easy as possible. Once you download and install, feedback can be submitted with the following steps:
1. With your project loaded and synced in PluralEyes 3, navigate to: Help > Report a Problem.
2. A window will pop up with the log files as well as a dialogue box where you can include a description of your project as well as any details that would be helpful in solving the issue.
3. After you click ‘Save’, a .zip package containing all the log files will be created on your desktop.
4. To email your report to the support team, please open a support ticket
and attach this .zip package to the ticket.