PluralEyes 3/3.5: Importing a FCP, PPro or Avid project into PluralEyes?

As an alternative to importing media files directly into PluralEyes 3, you can import media files into other applications, and then import a project from that application into PluralEyes. You will get a new PluralEyes project with the tracks and clips from the imported project and/or sequence. In general, metadata from your original project will be preserved when you export the synchronized timeline from PluralEyes and re-import it into the same tool.


For more help with importing a project from Final Cut Pro, Premiere Pro or Avid to PluralEyes, you'll want to review the user guide located alongside the PluralEyes 3/3.5 installer.

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