Singular Software has announced Adobe Creative Suite 5 compatibility for its flagship video post-production workflow automation and synchronisation tools.

PluralEyes for Final Cut Pro and Sony Vegas Pro has expanded its support for non-linear editing applications including Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. PluralEyes also supports Adobe Premiere Pro CS4.

PluralEyes offers features for managing multi-camera, multi-take, and dual-system audio productions; including a level audio option, preserving the order of clips, clip locking for integration into existing workflows, options to include all synced clips in one sequence and choose sequences to sync from all available, as well as sync drift correction and audio replacement features.

"Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the most popular video production solutions within the industry and we've received a variety of requests from our user base for PluralEyes support," said Bruce Sharpe, CEO, Singular Software.

"Synchronising streams in multi-camera workflows can be time consuming," added Simon Hayhurst, senior director product management, Digital Video and Audio, Adobe. "PluralEyes' support for Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 software streamlines the synchronisation workflow, accelerating video production for our customers."

PluralEyes for Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and CS5 will be available in beta in April. Final Cut Pro and Vegas Pro users can also sample PluralEyes now by downloading a fully functional 30-day free trial version here. Adobe CS5 starts shippig in May. Full pricing details can be found here.

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