Well, PrPro's Titler has the Center Align for both Vertical & Horizontal, but for guides, etc., it is lacking.
I use the tips in this ARTICLE to create alignment guides, as per my needs.
I have been filing Feature Requests for years, and have also asked for many of the element Alignment functions from PS.
PS - I also create custom guides/grids for PiP, where I need to match the Scale & Position for the PiP footage.
PPS - I assume that you have looked at Title & Action Safe marks, and they just do not do it for what you need.
Yes, I have the safe margins turned on, but they have no center cut hash marks. I was hoping to not have to make my own, but I guess I will for the time being. I have always been perterbed by how different the ones in Final Cut Pro 7 and After Effects have been anyway.
I am hoping that Adobe will quickly go on Feature requests now that they have so many new people chosing between them and media composer now that FCP 7 is basically dead.
These things are drawn to scale and might be helpful .. also search on arri ( arriflex , alexa )
using photoshop its pretty easy to convert to your own safety areas etc using pip as Bill mentioned.
If you have not done so, please file another Feature Request, as I am sure they are tired of hearing from me, with each release. The more, who would like such things, the more likely it is, that we will see it.
Good luck, and I understand why it's so much better to have Guides & Grids, than to have to even Import the ones that I did in that article (the ability to attach files was taken away, before I could add others to the group).
Regarding the center-cut guides in After Effects:
In After Effects CS4, the default center cut action-safe margin was 30%, and the default title-safe margin was 35%. In After Effects CS5 and later, the default center cut action-safe margin is 32.5%, and the default title-safe margin is 40%.
Under Project Settings in Premiere you can set your horizontal title safe to around 39%. This should give you an adequate estimation of title safe for the SD center crop. You lose your HD title safe on the sides, but of course if you are concerned about SD center crop that's pretty much irrelevant anyway.