To start: Open up Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 and choose your preferred settings. Then to stay organized, click the new bin button in your project panel and name it Titles. This button can be found on the bottom left area of your screen, as shown.
The middle button is the correct button to press to create the folder. After each title, you can drag each title into the Title folder to remain organized while working on your project.
Now it is time to create a title. You can do this through several different ways. You could press Command + T (for mac) or Control + T (for Windows). Or you could click Title > New Title > Default Still. If you want to get fancy for something like a rolling credit for a movie, you can click Title > New Title > Default Roll or Title > New Title > Default Crawl.
Once you create a title. an image like this should show up:
Be sure to name your title, ensure that the video settings are the same for your title as they are for the rest of your project, and then click “Ok”
This leaves you with a screen that looks like this.
Keep in mind that the current image is black, but by dragging through images in your timeline, you can add a title over any image or moving image in your project.
Click and drag a box using the preselected text tool to decide the space that you wish that your text will cover on the screen. Make sure to stay within the inner box for your title.
You can play with the Opacity, X and Y Position, Width, Height, Font Family, Font Size, Aspect Ratio, Fill Type, Opacity, Color and many other settings to make your font look different.
This image shows the several ways you can play around with the font. You can select a specific letter from a text as well, and play around with that letter’s settings specifically. This allows for a wide variety of possibilities.
Once you finish playing around with all of the settings and deciding on a title that suits your project perfectly, click the red X on the top left of the title screen, as shown.
Now your title should be in your project panel, where you can drag your title into your title folder.
Then simply drag your title into your timeline to have it show up in your movie or video.
This is a picture of a timeline once it has added a title. You can have the title last longer on the screen than the prescribed amount by dragging the end of the purple box farther along the timeline.