How To Use Pluraleyes 4

What is PluralEyes?

PluralEyes automates audio/video synchronization in seconds instead of days, giving video creators and filmmakers ready-to-edit footage without a clapper or timecode. Its new interface and faster workflow revolutionize the post-production process for faster installation with greater control and confidence in sync.It has always been the fastest sync software on the market.

Now new algorithms make it faster and more accurate than any other application. With PluralEyes, you don't have to organize clips before syncing.

Just drag and drop all clips at once and let him decide their relationship while he's syncing.

The syncing process happens live in front of you. You can watch as your footage is being synced and moved into place. It’s colour-coded so you will be able to see if there is a problem or not in your syncs by turning red is the sync has failed.

How to Sync Media Files With PluralEyes 4?

Quick Guide

  1. Open up PluralEyes 4.
  2. Drop in all of your video and audio files.
  3. Press Synchronize.
  4. Export Timeline.
  5. Import the new timeline in Premiere Pro or another video editing software.

Detailed Guide

Step 1 – Import your media

After the installation, open up PluralEyes 4 and import all of your footage and audio files. You will notice that it will start preparing your files for synchronization. This process may take a while, it all depends on the number of files you want to import.

Step 2 – Sync your media

Now that your files are ready for synchronization, press the Synchronize button! This process may take a while, so find something to do meanwhile. After one hour, I got this:

You can notice blue and red coloured labelled footage. The red label indicates that the footage can’t be synced, while the blue label indicates that the footage is synced.

Step 3 – Export the timeline to your software

The final step is to export this timeline and import it into one of the supported video editing software, for example, Premiere Pro. To do this, press on the Export Timeline button, select the name and the path of the timeline file, choose the file format, and select one of the three options you have available: colour unsynchronized clips, move unsynchronized clips to the end, and create a sequence with audio replaced.

Export the file and then import it inside Premiere Pro or any other video editing software.


You will have to clean up the unsynced files and use only the synced area inside the timeline. Be advised, sometimes the wide-angle camera will not get synced because it is usually placed far from the actors and it will have poor audio, there is too much noise in the background, or there is strong wind if you record outside.

This is it! Now you know how to use PluralEyes 4 like a pro! This will speed up your workflow considerably and you will not have to spend hours trying to manually sync your cameras with audio.


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