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DualEyes Review: Solution for Synching in the 3D Pipeline

DualEyes is an audio synchronization application developed for video production.  Functioning alongside  including Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, and Sony Vegas Pro, DualEyes  streamline the otherwise tedious and time-consuming process of syncing dual-system recordings with the corresponding video.

For AVI and MOV files, DualEyes allows you to sync and interleave the high quality audio with the original video, without re-rendering the video. The result is a new clip, ready for editing, that has the original quality video synced with your high quality audio.

It has proven to be a crucial piece of streamlining the workflow in our Bangkok studio.
We load the files and do a hand synch to our designated point, then click on a scissors button to automate the seamless synching performed by the DualEyes engine.
There are other Sync Options If some clips don’t sync as expected, using the level audio and try really hard options.  It can often resolve difficult sync situations but it can take a lot of time, especially if there are a lot of clips that do not sync with each other.
Timing differences between audio and video can cause drift, which manifests itself as audio and video being synced on one segment of the video but unsynced in a different segment. The Correct Drift option corrects this so that everything is in sync all the time.
DualEyes – Pricing and System Requirements
DualEyes is available to purchase for $149 USD via the Singular Software website ( Introductory pricing: if purchased before October 30, 2010 the price is just $119; a 20% discount.
DualEyes requires Windows® XP®, Vista® or Windows 7®. A version for Mac® OS X users will be released at a later date.
A free 30-day trial version is also available for download from:

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