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I need an inexpensive software to sync audio to video. I know ProTools in the standard but the cost is not in the budget yet.

Any suggestions?


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Plural Eyes?

I hear that the new version of Final Cut Pro has got the equivalent pre-installed.

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PluralEyes has become kind of the standard for DSLR-based double-system sound sync. I've used it on a DSLR shoot or two, it's a huge timesaver. – NoiseJockey Jun 17 '11 at 16:46
@Andrew Just downloaded and tried the trial for Vegas - works like a charm! I can't believe I have been doing this manually up till now. This should pay for itself in one job. – Bluesman69 Jun 17 '11 at 23:37
+1 to Plural Eyes. Cool tool. – VCProd Jun 19 '11 at 12:57

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