Whenever I sync multiple audio tracks down to the nearest sample using "show audio time units" and THEN move my clips to a different part of the sequence, to a new sequence, duplicate the sequence, or even just close and re-open my project file, all the audio in my sequences un-syncs back to where it was originally, to the nearest frame. It's like premiere just forgests everthing about where I moved my audio track to at a sample level and only remembers information at the frame level.
All my audio is in 48 kHz and it's not a drift issue. All the clips just un-sync when I do any of those things above.
Anyone have a solution or workaround for this, or is it just a bug in premiere they need to fix?