I am a new user to Premier Pro (using the trial version).
Am I understanding this correctly, I can only have a max of 3 video clips going at any one time right? There is no way to have 4 or 5 or 6 or more video clips going at once?
Message was edited by: Moondoggie9 clarification to Title question
There is no practical limit to how many layers of video you can have. It nay not preview in real time ergo need to render.
When you say that you want more than 3 Clips going at once, do you mean that you want to add Clips to more than 3 Video (or Audio) Tracks? To the best of my knowledge, the trial version does not limit the number of Tracks. If you have a Sequence with, say 3 Video Tracks, and want to put a Clip onto Video Track 4 (doesn't exist yet), just drag that Clip to the area above Video Track 3, and Video Track 4 will be created. Same thing for Audio Tracks. Just drag an Audio Clip below the Master Track and boom, you get a new Audio Track of the appropriate type.
Hope that helps,