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Old 09-11-2017, 01:44 PM   #2
BernH
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Pluraleyes isn't supported as a plugin, but it still works as a stand alone application that exports a premiere xml which can be imported into edius.

Just put your source files in pluraleyes, sync, export the xml and when you import that into Edius, you will get a synced timeline and bins with your source clips.

Davinci Resolve can also sync and export back to edius, but I think you may have to export synced media, not just an xml. I haven't tried resolve for this yet, but if some has, maybe they can chime in to confirm.
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