January 24, 2016 at 7:05AM, Edited January 24, 7:07AM
Sub-frame editing necessary for casual audio syncing?
Well, I'm back again. Really glad I found this website. :D
So, the problem is that I've found out about sub-frame editing and how important it can be when syncing audio to video. I'm using free editing software (lightworks) and am not really ready to shell out the money for any editor capable of this or any specialized audio syncing software like plural eyes or dreamsync.
I've gotten the impression from my research that sub-frame editing isn't really necessary unless you're doing something with music (I don't know what exactly). Therefore, my question(s?) (finally) is: do you really need to have sub-frame capability when you're just syncing ye-olde typical audio to video; when is sub-frame editing absolutely necessary; and if I do need to be able to edit sub-frame-idly, is there any free software out there capable of it?