DualEyes for Mac out of Beta
I recently reviewed DualEyes by Singular Software in my post, Use an iPhone as your DSLR Microphone. This software does automatic synchronization of an external audio recording with the audio captured on your camera’s internal mic (i.e. dual-system audio). The Mac version of DualEyes is now out of beta and they’re offering a 20% discount until February 22nd.
It’s still $119 which is not as affordable as I’d like it to be. I’ve recommended that they create a light version of the product that’s in the $30-$50 range. I think they’d get a much broader audience. Anyone doing serious work would upgrade if they set the right limitations on the light version. Oh well, I can hope.
Here’s the update I received from Singular Software this morning:
DualEyes for OS X now available
Automatic synchronization for dual-system audio, now for the Mac
DualEyes™ for OS X is our newest program to automatically sync audio and video clips, without the need for timecode, clappers or any special preparation. It makes dual-system audio a breeze and can even replace the audio in the video clips. Great for using external audio with DSLR video.
We are pleased to announce that DualEyes for OS X is now available for purchase at our online store at a special introductory price.
- Buy: Just $119 until Feb. 22, 2011 at our online store
- Try: Free trial version is fully functional for 30 days
- Learn: Found out more from the product page, how to guide, and video tutorial
Thanks to all the beta testers who have helped make DualEyes for OS X a great addition to the Singular Software family of automatic synchronization products.
The DualEyes Team