What computer operating system are you running Premiere Elements 12 on? If you have not already, please update from 12 to 12.1 via a project's Help Menu/Update. Just background information for now.
The immediate issues...
"Change one title change others" is a classical happening since you are working with titles with the same file name. In Project Assets, right click the title's thumbnail, select duplicate to duplicate the title, and then drag the duplicate to the Timeline.
The secret to success in saving the title created in the Titler is to
a. With Titler closed, go to Expert workspace, Project Assets, and select/highlight the thumbnail for the title created in the Titler.
b. now when you go to File Menu/Export/Title, Title will be active and ready for use.
If you have not seen the following, it may be helpful to you as you move forward with your Premiere Elements projects and its titles.
More information later if needed.
Looking forward to your follow up.
Many thanx for your answer. I have now something to try and see if that is working. I am running Premiere elements 12 on win7 (original and updated). I am not sure if i have version 12.1. I must check. About saving titles created in the titler, i think i tried it the way as you described in a and b. But i was not able to select EXPORT.
I'll let you know soon if i succeeded.
I succeeded and i understand now how it works. I am used to copy titles from the timeline and paste them on an other place and change the text. Like you told me you have to duplicate the title in the PROJECT ASSET (in Dutch called PROJECT ELEMENTEN).
Again thanks for your explanation.
Thank you for the very great news "I succeeded and i understand now how it works". Great job in working through the troubleshooting information.
We are pleased with your progress.
If you have further questions about your Premiere Elements workflows, please do not hesitate to ask.