Singular Software, developer of workflow automation applications for digital media, is pleased to announce DualEyes and PluralEyes 2.0. Thanks to a combination of algorithm improvements and multiprocessing techniques, DualEyes and PluralEyes 2.0 automatically synchronize video and audio clips at speeds three to 10 times greater than their predecessors – allowing users to finish projects even faster. "In terms of speed, both DualEyes and PluralEyes version 1 releases were already miles ahead of any manual synchronization methods, but faster is always better and we are pleased to introduce new versions of the software with enhanced sync capabilities that perform at record-breaking speeds," says Bruce Sharpe, CEO, Singular Software. "Daily rushes, same-day edits and quick-turnaround event videos all benefit from faster post-production techniques." PluralEyes 2.0 for Final Cut Pro is available for purchase today. Users can download and test drive the new PluralEyes for Final Cut Pro 2.0 as well as preview versions of DualEyes 2.0 (Mac OS X and Windows) and PluralEyes 2.0 for Premiere Pro and Vegas Pro from http://www.singularsoftware.com/downloads.html. "Development is moving along smoothly and we expect to have all remaining 2.0 host releases out within the next few weeks," comments Sharpe. "Simultaneously, we are also looking at the new Final Cut X release and walking through the qualification process. As with all of our hosts, the intent is to support new releases and provide free updates for users who want to move forward, as well as offer the product for users who want to stay with their existing versions." Singular Software users can sign up for automatic software update alerts at http://www.singularsoftware.com/newsletters.html.