In Premiere Pro, there is the Timecode effect. You could use a garbage matte to knock off the parts of it you don't want.
In After Effects, you have the Numbers effect which you could keyframe (or use the time expression).
For a loading bar, just make a shape layer and scale it over time in the x direction.
Since you're new to AE, you should start here: Getting started with After Effects It will help you avoid a lot of frustration.
thanks, it helped me nm, if you have any video tutorials on these 2 subjects it would be great for me i am confuse about timer, actually i want to add timer in my song, with minutes and sec. only, should i use premiere or ae and how ?
You can do that with After Effects and the numbers effect. Just play with it a bit.
Before you do that though, please go through the resources I linked. If you try to use AE without getting a basic understanding of how it works, you're just going to get frustrated.
Here Is A Code That I've Got From Youtube, I Dont know Which Language Is That, but it helped me. got to paste in in source text after creating text " 00:00 " and now its working.. thanks tho
sek = Math.floor(time%60);
min = Math.floor(time/60);
"0" + min +":" + sek;
min +":" + sek;
"0" + min +":0" + sek;