Audio Frame Offset?

Hello o-wise ones.

I would like to know how (if possible) to move an audio clip less than one frame, because as it stands right now it seems to snap to the frames.

I have noticed the ‘Frame Offset 0:0’ text in the properties panel but can’t seem to find out how to change it (shortcut maybe?).

I am recording my audio separate to the video and need to fine tune the synchronization. :eyebrowlift:

Thanks in advance

Short answer is no.

You could go out to a DAW app (like Audacity) via audio mixdown from Blender, then nudge it some sub frame, the render out back to Blender.

In Blender, I guess you could create a special audio scene with a higher frame rate (double perhaps), as audio duration remains the same. Then nudge it by half a frame and render it out and back to the original scene?

I think that you can just add the HFR scene into the original as a scene strip. Just copy the sound strip into a HFR (high frame rate) scene, but watch where you place it for frame offset. Perhaps just dup the scene and delete all the extraneous stuff.