Allow audio to move at sub-frame intervals
In general, it makes sense for a timeline to have one frame as the smallest interval of movement, but for audio that is not attached to video I suggest you allow movements at intervals smaller than a frame. This is done in programs like FCPX (and of course audition), and I find it to be exceptionally helpful when combining multiple video sources that also have audio, or editing things like sfx. It would be great to stay in Premiere instead of sending the audio out. Thanks in advance.
Merilyn Fairskye commented
I turn on Audio Time Units and turn SNAP off, and still cannot move audio along just a tiny smidge..
Russ Dionne commented
I noticed this is still a problem after trying out the synchronize audio option.. the waveform was half a frame out and i could not drag the waveform at sub frame positioning units to properly align the audio.
You do this by turning on "Audio time units" in one of the timeline panel menus. However I do agree the design could be improved, for example when zoomed in to the sample level, if you press play, the timeline view jumps forward because we don't have the option to "return playhead to starting position" like the DAW programs have.