In the competitor product I'm used to (Serif MoviePlus X6), there is a straightforward way to temporarily "detach" any track, video or audio, from its frame-based granularity and shift said track left or right by any tiny sub-frame amount you need to get sync perfect. Then, with everything in the exact right place, you re-apply the frame-sync constraints and proceed as normal.
This is an extremely useful capability. From what I read and understand, MVP Plus 2015 does not and cannot ever (due to its internal design) work this way. I appreciate that some workarounds are possible (mangling audio in a separate editor for example), but they seem inelegant - and cannot be used for video!
Please could an experienced user of MVP 2015 confirm that it does not have this facility? Thank you.