PS: My version is Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
How did you establish that on what hardware, OS and version in what sequence settings with what source material from what camera, etc.?
That video I downloaded from the Internet, so camera is not known to me. My OS is Windows XP.
Sry, but i do not understand what you mean with the hardware and the sequence settings.
My only aim is to move the sound for some milliseconds, there must be an option for that!
You can only move audio as far a frame at a time. If you need more fine control like milliseconds you need to move to a sound editing program.
No, video is in frames, not in milliseconds.
Hmm but with a sound editing program I do not have any relation to the video!
@ Harm Millaard: My aim is to move the sound, not the video. There must be the possibility to move sound in milliseconds.
I could easily move the sound for example 15 seconds to the right. This after having separated Audio from Video in Premiere Pro CS4. But how could i do it with more precision, concerning milliseconds, or frames? Could you maybe explain how to do the latter, joshtownsend ?
Unlink your audio from your video.
Then set your timeline to Audio Units that will give you what you want.
Twirl down the panel menu button (top right corner of the timeline) and select Show Audio Time Units.
Now ctrl click on the timecode (the yellow numbers on the left) to set to Audio Samples or miliseconds.
Thanks a lot, that helped solving my problem! And thanks also to the others who shared their ideas with me!
No need to apologize for your English. I am from Mississippi, so English is my "second language."
Now, as has been mentioned, things can be a tad limited in an NLE, which is Frame-based. In PrPro, you can change the TimeCode to Audio Units. That will help within certain parameters. Then, take a look at this ARTICLE for the general steps to correct OOS (Out Of Sync).
Good luck, and hope that helps,