Plural Eyes 3 (Beta) and Final Cut Pro X

Plural Eyes is a software that has helped many filmmakers sync audio clips. I used it exclusively with Final Cut Pro 7 and with Adobe Premiere. I haven’t used it that much with Final Cut Pro X until now. I downloaded the free Beta version of the software and for a basic audio replacement it worked very well. View the tutorial below to see my results.

My next test will be with multicamera footage. To find out more about Plural Eyes visit

About Chip Dizárd

Chip is a Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Photoshop Certified Trainer and is passionate about helping people leverage technology for business and communications. He’s done a bit of everything from video production, to web, and application development.
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