Yes, but it can take some keyframed animation work.
Do you understand how to use keyframing to animate position and opacity?
Do you have an existing graphic of the arrow that you want to use?
No, I do not have any key-framing experience and I do not have any graphic to use. I pop in my mind, if I an only add a arrow to an object and flashing to draw attention
to the object.
Find an arrow on the internet with a transparant background.
Put it on the timeline make duration a couple of frames.
repeat numerous times with a few frames between each arrow.
When played it will flash off and on.
In the meantime you can figure out how keyframes work. LOL
You've actually got two challenges then, H204. First you need to create the arrow graphic (or use Sign 03 or a similar graphic from the program's Graphics collection), then you need to animate it.
Of the two, keyframing the animation is the most challenging, until you understand how keyframing animation works.
I've created a free tutorial on Basic Keyframing for Premiere Elements support site Muvipix.com. That may be a good place to start.
It's really not that hard. You'll just keyframing Opacity so that arrow alternates from being visible to being invisible. But you'll need to learn where the Keyframe Control workspace is first and how it works before we can even describe the steps to take to do it.
Thanks very much. I have pickup some great information on that site.
Thanks, that's a hand full. something to work on.