The kind of X you are seeing usually appears when applying a demo-version of a transition of an effect. Are you sure you are not using some third-party transition pack that you simply haven't bought yet? Try using the standard cross-dissolve and report back if the X remains with native transitions. Cheers!
Replicating an accurate VHS-look is a complicated profession, but if you are not worried about the technical accuracy you could emulate it like this:
Create a solid called "Displace-Map"
Apply turbulent noise to it
set the scaling to something huge in the x-axis and something reasonable (100%) on the y-axis.
alt-click the stopwatch on "...
HAdobe publish this information on their website - see this link or below: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html
It's pretty simple, personally I would use the recommended specifications as a minimum in a professional environment. If it's for personal learning, then it's your call how much you spend, but don't get anything less than ...
There are 2 solutions:
Create a sequence with all assets that have not been used so far, but which you would like to keep. Next, use the Project Manager to export all relevant files to a new location (your archive) and have "Exclude unused Clips" checked. You may choose to do 2 exports: one with all the sequences for the main video except the ...
I had the same problem when i updated my graphics driver, I use Windows 10, Intel i3 8th Gen. Version which did the problem was 18.104.22.16836.
you need Intel Graphics - BETA Windows 10 DCH Driver
Windows 10, 64-bit version 22.214.171.12425
link to update your driver https://downloadcenter.intel.com/product/80939/Graphics