Good News: PluralEyes Crossgrade Promo

I don’t know about you, but when I heard that FCPX would have it’s own built in PluralEyes, I felt a bit bummed that I had spent half the cost of FCPX on getting PluralEyes a few months later. Well, now that FCPX is out and I’ve got my refund for it (another post worthy of writing in the future), I can say I am glad I have PluralEyes for FCP. Well then the PluralEyes for Avid came out. I used my trial and I was just waiting for the right project to come along to pay for PluralEyes for Media Composer.

So the right project came along and it was getting closer to purchasing PluralEyes for Media Composer. I saw that for a limited time you can crossgrade (keeping your old license and getting another product for 50% off) to another PluralEyes. Woo hoo! So I picked up my Media Composer PluralEyes license this morning and I am one happy editor.

I think this is a great promo that has come of a lot of people wanting to switch to something else in the future after Apple has proclaimed its non-professional love of Final Cut Pro 7 users. More on that another time…