PluralEyes tutorial

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PluralEyes Software for FCP By Philip Johnston
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Just for your interest the 6 camera were 1. Sony MC1P  2. Canon HF10  3. Panasonic HPX-301  4. Panasonic HMC-151  5. Sony EX-3  6. Canon HV30.

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5 comments on this post

  1. Arran Eye says:

    Intriguing test. If the software was capable of syncing the five cameras with only on-board mikes, it’s a champ!

  2. Arran Eye says:

    Proof positive – both of this excellent software – and Susan’s saintliness!

  3. This software is looking really nice. I must use this software. Keep it up.

  4. kris says:

    i tried to sync 3 hours of P2 footage for a short film. pluraleyes “analyzed” it for OVER 30 STRAIGHT hours. i put it on around noon, at 6 it still wasn’t done so i went home. at 7 pm THE NEXT DAY i finally lost all patience and told it to stop “analyzing” and had to sync it manually, which took WAY LESS TIME than 30 something hours. this is a great idea, but a very flawed program. every editor wants this to work, but unfortunately it does not deliver.

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