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Singular Software Releases PluralEyes for Sony Vegas Pro 10 (29/11/2010)
Award-winning synchronization application now supports the progressive advancements of Sony's comprehensive editing suite
Singular Software™, developer of workflow automation applications for digital media, is pleased to announce that its flagship product PluralEyes® is now available for Sony® Vegas® Pro 10. The recently released Sony Vegas Pro 10 editing suite contains a variety of groundbreaking enhancements including a fully customizable workspace, stereoscopic 3D editing capabilities, updated audio controls, native support for professional camcorder formats, Blu-ray™ disk authoring options, and more. "The Singular Software development team is consistently working to bring PluralEyes users quick compatibility for the newest versions of the industry's most popular non-linear editing systems," says Bruce Sharpe, CEO, Singular Software. "The newest Vegas Pro release from Sony is no exception – there are a variety of superior enhancements that are continuing to stir up industry buzz. We want to make sure Version 10 users are able to leverage all of the same synchronization benefits that PluralEyes has to offer."
The multi award-winning PluralEyes, with added support for Sony Vegas Pro 10, provides users with all of the same unique product features for managing multi-camera, multi-take, and dual-system audio productions. PluralEyes for Sony Vegas Pro 10 feature highlights include several options to sync from scratch or update sync with additional clips. "PluralEyes is well known among Vegas Pro users as the must-have tool for anyone working with dual-system sound and or multiple cameras," says Dave Chaimson, VP of Worldwide Marketing, Sony. "Vegas Pro 10 has a host of new features, including stereoscopic editing capabilities. We are happy that PluralEyes has extended support for Vegas Pro 10, and are excited that users – whether working with SD, HD, DSLR and even 3D footage - can now all leverage its innovative technology for that perfect sync."
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