PPRO does not have "Motion Tracking" in the true sense of the term.
After Effects does.
I recently 'discovered' Mocha: its realy good.
With just CS5, you can do this by animating the fixed Effects>Motion>Position and Motion>Scale (if necessary) with manually placed Keyframes. In this workflow YOU do the "motion tracking."
Otherwise, AE or a program like Moca, would be great alternatives.
ahh ok thank you very much everyone. So I guess Adobe After Effects is more suited for this. Luckily, I have the entire suite, including AE . I will look up some tutorials on how to use mocha. thanks for answering my questions. I really appreciate it. I had one more quick one... Let's say I have a film clip in Premiere that I want to edit in After Effects. Is it relatively easy to work between the two programs? For example, if I did some keying on a video in premiere and I want to add the special effects with AE, do I need to save the file/rerender, etc etc? I'm a bit of a noob, but I'm working on it haha
Easy as to work between the two applications.
One way is DL ( Direct Link the projects)
...another (and sometimes simpler) way is to use "intermediates". (an intermediate is a file that you export from one app and open in the other after working on it in either other app.)
Both ways take a little planning.