Red Giant – PluralEyes 4.1.12 [WiN x64]

By | August 12, 2023


Release year: 2022
Official site: Red Giant
Bit depth: 64 bit
Interface language: English
Tabletka: serial number + patch
System requirements:
Windows 10, Windows 11 x64
2 GB of RAM
250 MB of Hard Drive space.
Maxon App
Recommended graphics cards for GPU acceleration:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 900 series (Maxwell) and above
Radeon 200 series (Hawaii & Tonga) and above.
Adobe Premiere Pro 2019 – 2021
Magix VEGAS Pro 17 and later
DaVinci Resolve 15 and later

Description :
Red Giant PluralEyes – fast automatic synchronization of audio and video eliminates the problems traditionally associated with multicamera shooting.
With a touch of a single button, PluralEyes analyzes the audio from your cameras and audio devices and syncs them up, in seconds.
No clapboards or timecode are needed.

What’s new in PluralEyes 4.1.12 :
New features and announcements:
PE-3158 Added compatibility to Vegas Pro 18 and 19
PE-3172 Added compatibility to RED Komodo
Bug fixes:
PE-3306 Fixed import/export issues between PluralEyes and FCP X’s latest XML formats.
PE-3122 Fixed an issue where clicking on track names froze in Catalina and Big Sur.
PE-3170 Fixed an issue where using the PPro extension launched different apps on Big Sur.
PE-3192 Fixed an issue where PluralEyes wouldn’t install into Adobe CC 2021.
PE-3060 Fixed PluralEyes crashing on exit.
Known issues in this release:
PE-3436 FCP X Audio Replaced timelines are not being created
PE-3405 RED Raptor is not yet supported
PE-3304 XAVC footage from Sony FX3 is not yet supported

Integration into VEGAS Pro
Go to the program directory
C/Program Files/Vegas/Vegas Pro 15.0
Create a folder Application Extensions.
Go to
C/Program Files/Red Giant
Open the installed Plural 4.0, copy PE4VegasLoader14.dll and paste it into the created Application Extensions folder.
We reboot the computer.
Open Vegas 15.0.
Move “Application Extensions” folders from
C:\ProgramData\VEGAS Pro\15.0″
“C:\ProgramData\VEGAS Pro\19.0
(or whatever is installed)

Block the program from accessing the network
Open C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc
open the “hosts” file.
Add :

and save

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