Windows Version WIll Be a Free Upgrade, Ready 'Soon'

With the release of PluralEyes v3.1 for Mac OS X 10.7.5 and 10.8, Red Giant's syncing application now supports the export of synchronized timelines directly to Avid Media Composer on the Mac, in addition to Final Cut Pro and Premiere Pro.

Also new in this version of PluralEyes is MXF support for Media Composer and Premiere Pro, along with a new set of features for working with and organizing unsorted clips that Red Giant calls the "do it for me" workflow.

PluralEyes 3.1 is a free update for PluralEyes 3 owners. It's now available at $199 for new users and at $79 as an upgrade from PluralEyes 2 or DualEyes. It includes a copy of PluralEyes 2 and DualEyes as a temporary solution for working in Windows with all NLEs. (DualEyes functionality has been integrated in v3 of PluralEyes.) When v3.1 for Windows is released, it will be a free upgrade for PluralEyes 3 customers. Red Giant says that will happen "soon."

For more information, read the PluralEyes 3 FAQ at the Red Giant website.