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November 28, 2012, 08:32 AM
After Red Giant took over PluralEyes, the popular syncing software, it wasn’t clear what they would do with the program or how they would support it. With the newest software update, 3.1, it looks like they are committed to making it as easy to use as possible, and bringing it to as many computers as possible.#avid#pluraleyes#red giant#media composer#mc6#nle
November 27, 2012, 03:17 PM
Two months ago, we released Red Giant PluralEyes 3 – a tool that makes it ridiculously easy to sync your audio and video in seconds instead of hours or days. It’s been a huge hit among editors who work in Premiere Pro, FCP 6/7 and FCPX - and we’re feeling the love. But at Red...#pluraleyes#red giant#plugin
November 27, 2012, 03:06 PM
Portland, OR – Red Giant announced the release of PluralEyes 3.1 for Mac OS X, a new upgrade to the industry’s most trusted audio/video syncing software. With PluralEyes 3.1, Red Giant adds support for Avid Media Composer for Mac, MXF support for a more professional camera workflows, and a new time-saving workflow feature called "Do It For Me."#pluraleyes#red giant
November 27, 2012, 03:00 PM
Today Red Giant released a new version of its 'blazingly fast' PluralEyes audio/video syncing software. Purchased from Singular Software over the summer, Red Giant has quickly reached some impressive milestones with this time-saving (and many filmmakers might call it, life-saving) piece of software.#red giant#sync#plural eyes
November 8, 2012, 08:07 PM
PluralEyes is a software application that automatically synchronizes multiple video cameras by matching their audio waveforms. It can be used for any type of multicamera shoot, and eliminates the need for cameras to be synced by timecode or slate. It's also ideal for shooting with a DSLR camera and capturing audio on a separate recorder. PluralEyes 2.0 is designed to work seamlessly with Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Pro X and 7, Adobe Premiere Pro, Sony Vegas and Edius editing platforms.#editing#avid#sony#fcpx#edius#red giant#final cut pro#sony vegas#plural eyes
November 6, 2012, 05:50 AM
When editor Josh Young (Big Brother, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, The Bachelor) isn't busy editing, his focus expands in multiple directions, from making and placing music to running a music/post studio. Now he wants to help you - students and the next generation of media...#pluraleyes#plugins#red giant
November 2, 2012, 10:15 PM
Red Giant Software's Retrograde is a plug-in for Final Cut Pro X that lets you simulate the look of 8mm and 16mm film stocks. The simple drag-and-drop interface uses laser scans of real film stocks to achieve its looks. It retails for USD49 and you can download a free trial here.#retrograde#red giant#trial#download
October 31, 2012, 09:49 AM
CrumplePop and Red Giant have teamed up to create a pair of FCPX ready products to give your footage a stunning vintage look and feel.#fcpx#crumplepop#retrograde#red giant
October 29, 2012, 03:36 PM
In a previous post we told you that we were parnering up with CrumplePop to create new tools for FinalCut Pro X. Now, we are super proud to present Red Giant Retrograde for FCPX – Co-produced with CrumplePop: This was truly a team effort that has produced the most realistic 16MM and 8MM film look...#vfx#crumplepop#red giant#production#plugin#post production#products
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