That is created with a graphic from a graphics application ( eg PhotoShop) or a Title or After Effects.
Simply ..it has opacity level applied to a black rectangle ( degree of transparency) and it has text overlayed with fades.
Then it has Motion to introduce it from the bottom of the screen to its position.
So this is created in Photoshop & then imported to Premier as an overlay? Or is the motion & effects introduced in Premier?
Can be done either way ( and others as well)
From Photo Shop one would produce the Layer so one could have individual Control of the components. eg Opacity of the black rectangle and fades on the text.
Same could be done with multiple titles created in PPPRO.
Similar layers technique in After Effects composition then brought back into PPRO
AEFX would be the most powerful for any composting and animation sophistication and control.
Neither AE or PS is required. Create two titles in Premiere, one being the black box and the other the white text. Stack those two title layers above the video layer. Add the Adobe Motion effect to the black box and use keyframes to animate the motion into/out of screen (Y axis), then fade the white title in and out, very simple
I marked Jeff's response correct because it the simplest and can be done entirely inside of PrPro. But Shooternz is also right. After Effects will give you the most control and sophistication for more advanced graphics work. Incorporating Photoshop into the mix will give you even more options, but you should start simple... so just stick with he Titler for now.
Would you happen to know what motion this is? Sorry as mentioned this is completely new to me!
You're just applying motion animation to a title element in the Effect Control Panel (ECP). You need to animate its vertical anchor point (or position would work too) values so that the black box animates up into view and then back down at the right times.