Cause 4: It is easy to overlook the fact that a trial version of filmora software is needed so that you can test and test out how the software works. It makes sense but you need to be doubly sure that the version you have is compatible to your current system to avoid crashing.
Cause 3: Why on Earth do we feel that our iMovie crashes should be worrying. Do you think that the loss of data is not considered a big deal? And the answer to both the questions above are \"no\". When iMovie crashes it corrupts your data. This mainly happens when you are editing files of higher quality and remember, the iMovie cannot think for itself.
Filmora X is a video editing software which is compatible with Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 and previous versions of Windows. To download the program, you need to purchase the official office version. This is a legal version of Windows, which runs without any hassle. You can download the official one from the link below:
I looked for a solution to an issue like this, but was not able to find one. So I re-installed Filmora to see if that would help. But, alas, it did not. After this re-installation, Filmora would still crash every time I selected 2 or more videos to be merged. After more research, I discovered that the error occurs due to the following bug in Adobe Premiere Pro: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2220233 7211a4ac4a