So I am making a video of me playing music. I captured the video using my digital camera, and I captured the audio using my USB microphone. I am now trying to sync up the WAV file that was created from my USB mic to the audio that was created from my digital camera. I have ALMOST got them perfectly lined up, but I noticed that even when I zoom in the closest I possibly can, I can only move the audio clip by .01 second. I visibly can see that I need a higher "resolution" than .01 second. Looks like I need a .005 second change in order to get the audio clips lined up perfectly. Am I able to achieve this resolution? I feel like this should be some easy fix but I just can't find the mode where it goes into "extreme detail mode". Please help!
What version of Premiere Elements, what computer operating system?
Please go to Edit Menu/Project Settings/General and Audio and change the display format from Audio Samples to Milliseconds. Let us know if that improves your situation.
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