Yes ... there's quite a few that cut music videos on PrPro, and they'll have something like 5-16 video tracks and up to that many audio tracks whilst syncing/sorting it all out.
There are both manual and "automated" ways to sync audio to video in PrPro, though judging from comments here most people probably use the manual more than auto. Quite a few people use Plural Eyes to sync up one or more tracks to begin with ... though that can be a tricky workflow at times from the number of posts here. But yea, it's all doable.
R. Neil Haugen
This is the Premiere Elements Forum, and the question is directed to Premiere Elements. Were you aware of that since you mention some version of Premiere Pro and no mention of Premiere Elements (any version)?
What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
In the absence of that information, I will give you a generalized answer
1. Unlink the audio from its linked video
a. right click the clip and select Unlink Audio and Video
or, if indicated,
b. right click the clip and select Delete Video or Delete Audio
Once the video and audio are unlinked,
a. Select the audio
b. Hold down the Alt key and tap on the right or left arrow key (one tap = 1 frame movement) OR hold down the Shift+Alt keys (together) and tap on the right or left arrow key (one tap = 5 frames movement).
It does work, but sometimes presents sluggish at times.
In Edit Menu/Project Settings/General, you may want to work with Display Format = milliseconds.
Please let us know if that worked for you.
I am getting a new Mac. I haven't purchased software so it would be the latest version. Just wondering if premiere elements was professional enough or do I need premiere pro. Thank
Why not download and install the free 30 day tryout of Premiere Elements 12 Mac and determine if it is compatible with your new computer environment and meets your video audio editing requirements? (I would do that same if Premiere Pro were in consideration.)
If you have been using Premiere Elements Windows previously, you will find that many of the features are Windows Only when you are thinking Mac.
We will be watching for your progress.
Thanks for the follow up.