Just a question: if you are zoomed right in so that the cursor looks like a band (represents one frame) and the waveform peaks don’t match by say half this amount does it matter? Would you be able to actually hear such a tiny discrepancy, maybe a 30th of a second or less?
It isn’t possible to adjust a clip by a fraction of a frame. I can imagine that the position of a cut could inadvertently be coded slightly differently in different procedures. Sometimes it might “round up” and other times down. This is then disturbing in appearance at high zooms in the timeline but a bug that is hopefully undetectable for the ear.
Well, I'm not sure. Good to know that the band at max zoom is a frame. A couple of weeks ago, I made such an attempt of linking up audio and video. I then sent it to someone, ,who noticed that my talking and my actions to the music (I was recorded a performance) was slightly off, and he had to fix it up. While this time it's not music, I just have it in the back of my mind to try and get that part right.
It really would be great to have the ability to nudge in smaller incremetns, but I guess that's not possible. It's as close as I can get it, so I suppose I can look and listen and see/feel that the frame should the shifted one way or the other.