Hi, we record our footage on a Sony A7s3 in the 4k HEVC 10-Bit. Whenever we import the footage into Premiere Pro, the audio is out of sync with the footage by about 1 frame. We noticed this because we also use the H.264 proxies recorded by the camera. When we toggle the proxies, the footage stays in the same spot, however the audio waveform shift by about 1 frame. The thing is the proxy's (h.264) waveform is correctly synced with the video, but the original media's waveform is not.
I did a test by recording H.264 on our Sony A7s3, and that footage was synced correctly when we imported it into premiere pro, so it seems it is only an issue with the HEVC Codec.
I importat the HEVC files into DaVinci resolve, and they are correctly synced there. So it seems to also be any issue in premiere pro.
Right now our solution is just to manually sync the video to our external audio recorder's audio file.
We'd like to continuing editing in premiere because our workflows are based around it, but this issues causes alot of errors and slows us downl. Does anybody have recommendations on if this issue is common, and/or if it can be fixed?
Premiere Pro Version 23.0.0
Computer Specs attached