A new helper application for Apple's Final Cut Pro video editing software is designed to automatically and accurately synchronize video with separately recorded audio without the need for clappers or timecodes, enabling users of video-capable digital SLRs like the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and several others to more-easily meld video footage from the camera with audio recorded by a mobile field recorder or other device. Called PluralEyes and developed by Vancouver, Canada-based Singular Software, it's available now for US$149.

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