I have never heard of a function like that... but you can always download the manual PDF and search
You're asking for an object tracking function, which doesn't exist in Premiere Pro.
It may be possible to do something in After Effects with a combinaton of rotoscoping and scripts, but it would depend on what the object is you're trying to track. Nothing Adobe produces can identify arbitrary objects moving in video frame, you have to define an area which it can follow based on color or contrast.
Thank you Dave,
Do you know or a free software or software that does this?
Im trying to track when a car crosses a certain line.
Dave how about... does it record the time that I would click.
So If I saw the object cross the line I could click something specific and the time would record over and over again then in the end I would have a list of times from when an object crossed that line?
Motion tracking is a complex and specialist task, you won't find free software that can do it.
If you want to manually place markers in the Premiere Pro timeline as your video is playing, just hit the M key.
Can you explain in more detail exactly what you're looking for? I admit I'm a little confused, and I suspect those who've answer so far might not get it either.