What version of Premiere Elements do you have and on what computer operating system is it running?
Generalized answer would be, you would keyframe the Motion/Position property of the title to follow the moving object.
How much knowledge and experience do you have with keyframing a property, such as Motion/Scale and Position, Opacity, Volume, and the like?
More later on this, but you might check out the Premiere Elements 11 very basic mention of this in the following Adobe Tech document.
We will be watching for your follow up.
And, as Bill indicates, versions 8, 9 and 10 include a Motion Tracking tool that will do this automatically. So it's important to note which version of the program you're using.
I agree and have stated that it is important to know which version of Premiere Elements is involved here. But....
There is no Bill in this thread except bil23 who started this thread, so the part of your reply that puzzles me is:
And, as Bill indicates, versions 8, 9 and 10 include a Motion Tracking tool that will do this automatically
Who is this "Bill" who indicates?
Isn't that your nickname? AT "Bill" R?
I had to check to see if I had posted to this thread... At my age, it can be hard to remember things.
Funny. I did not recognize the new nickname that you gave me in your post in this thread. For years you have been calling me Tony...although I am neither a Tony nor Bill. Sort of got used to your Tony though.
Thanks for the feedback. I ended up trying an earlier version (10) and while it did have motion tracking, it didn't work very well.
I guess the best way is to go key frame by frame and do it "manually". Problem solved.....tedious, but solved.
Great, great news about "Solved".
Thanks for follow up on the troubleshooting suggestions.
Motion Tracking in Premiere Elements 11 is gone. But, if necessary, I think that I could devise a sort of Motion Tracking in Premiere Elements 11. But in the long run, I think it would be to your advanage to do the keyframing of the Motion/Position property. After a first go arounds with it and it goes quicker and easier.
Tip: Right click the monitor, select Select and then the file that you want to work with to make sure that you have the track contents wanted.
Please do not hesitate to ask if you ever need clarification on anything that I have written.