Accomodate AirPods latency delay?
With Airpods (or any bluetooth headphones/speakers, I suppose), there's a slight latency that I've noticed when using Premiere. Apparently, this is an inherent problem with bluetooth, which Macs or iOS or whatever system you're using, usually compensates for by adding a corresponding delay to the video as well, so it stays in sync. But Premiere doesn't seem to do this. I watch videos through my Mac system, and the audio is in sync through the Airpods, but when I use the Airpods in Premiere, the delay is noticeable. A few frames at least. And as an editor who routinely works on music videos, where I'm looking for exact syncing, I find that I can't use my Airpods when working on them, or I have to keep the delay in mind... otherwise, I can edit a whole sequence making it look like it's in sync with the music... then I export it, play it on my Mac's video player, and the sound is suddenly noticeably behind the video.
Could you please add a function to incorporate the necessary adjustment when monitoring through bluetooth headphones? Would help a lot!