Moving Audio (or Video) less than a Frame in Premiere Elements 2020

Community Beginner ,
Jan 07, 2021 Jan 07, 2021

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Hi All,

This question might have been asked before but i cant seeme to get an answer for Premiere Elements (2020) only PRO.

 

I'm trying to sync up my audio with diffrent video clips for interviews that was done but one can only move 1 full frame front or to the back and makes the lipsync look weird.

 

Can this be done in "less than a frame" in Elements?

Thank you!!

Louis from South Africa

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Video will always be 1 frame minimum no matter what. Audio can be sampled less then 1 frame but unfortunately you cannot move audio less than 1 frame in Elements.

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Hi Ann,

Thank you for this, I was hoping you not going to say it only posible in Pro 😞 time to upgrade I guess.

Thank you again!! 🙂

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Look for tutorial on Youtube on how to workaround this with Audacity.

In short:

export original audio from Elements.

sync with separate captured audio and export from Audacity.

Import new file in Elements.

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