PluralEyes is once again present on mBlog, but in case you missed our previous entries, here's a quick reminder. The tool was created to accelerate the workflow for multi-camera, multi-take and dual-system audio productions. PluralEyes does that by analyzing audio information and synchronizes audio and video clips automatically, without the need for timecode, clappers or other special preparation.
Now the company behind this tool, Singular Software, announced that PluralEyes will also offer full support for the upcoming Adobe Creative Suite 6 software.
The tool is available for Mac and Windows, and it leverages the built-in capability in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 to export and re-import XML data for seamless project exchange. Users will be able to download the PluralEyes integration component for Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 through the Adobe Exchange, its new online extension and plug-in marketplace.
What's more, if you visit NAB this year, you will be able to see the upcoming version of PluralEyes for Adobe Creative Suite 6 in action, in the Plug-in Pavilion at booth SL2426.
“The upcoming release of Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 offers more power than ever before for users who need high-quality cross-platform video editing software, and we’re thrilled to have companies like Singular Software taking that leap forward with us,” said Al Mooney, product manager for professional video solutions at Adobe. “The PluralEyes application is a hit for users working on multicam projects and DSLR productions. The community will be happy to know PluralEyes is ready to make the move with them to Adobe Premiere Pro CS6."
“Adobe Creative Suite 6 is the talk of the show, and we are very excited to be on board with the upcoming release,” says Bruce Sharpe, CEO, Singular Software. “We have a large number of Adobe Premiere Pro users who are probably jumping for joy over the seamless integration among the many other cool new capabilities Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 offers.”
It is also worth mentioning that Adobe is expected to reveal more about Creative Suite 6 video tools, which are expected to ship in the first half of 2012. The new version of the suite will be demonstrated at NAB 2012 in Adobe booth SL2624.