PluralEyes offered with a Rode microphone
Until the end of the year, Rode offers purchasers of one of their microphones the Red Giant PluralEyes audio/video sync software.
PluralEyes Express is a lighter version of Red Giant’s flagship audio/video sync software for Mac OS X and Windows. It allows for syncing up to 10 audio and video tracks with a maximum length of 30 minutes. The software supports the most common audio and video formats and is compatible with Final Cut Pro X / 7 and Adobe Premiere Pro.
To receive PluralEyes Express for free (a $99 value), purchase any of the Rode VideoMic GO, VideoMic, VideoMic Pro, Stereo VideoMic, Stereo VideoMic Pro, Stereo VideoMic X, NTG1, NTG2, NTG4, NTG4+, NTG3, i-XY, Lavalier or PinMic at an authorized dealer and register it at www.rode.com/pluraleyes.
You’ll then have the opportunity to purchase the full version of PluralEyes ($199) for only $79.
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