Movie Studio crashing occurs followed by an error saying “Creating video plug in factory.” The problem can be prevented using the measures outlined below:
Delete Cache Contents
The bizarre behavior of Movie Studio is the result of cache corruption. Delete the old cache. Use the Ctrl + Shift key combinations. Press and hold them and double click the program icon on your Desktop. You have a new prompt on your screen. Click the Yes button. Cache cleaning process should start automatically.
Disable Antivirus Protection
A real-time Antivirus could have caused conflict. Either stop the real-time protection feature by temporarily pausing your Antivirus, or uninstall it to check if the problem persists.
Repair Windows Registry
To begin fixing the error, correct errors with the Windows Registry. Scan your computer with RegInOut System Utilities.
Use Compatibility Troubleshooter
The first easiest thing to try is running program compatibility troubleshooter. Prevent Movie Studio crashing by following the wizard that appears after typing “Run programs made for previous versions of Windows” in Search. Make sure it applies repairs automatically. You may want to select the target Executable File located in the installation directory. If you aren’t sure, just go through the File Properties of the program’s shortcut and copy-paste the full path accordingly.
Rename Plugin Folders
One or more plugins are not functioning properly. It may occur when you’ve recently downloaded new plugins. Rename all the folders given below by adding “_TEMP” at the end of the folder name.
- C:\Program Files\Common Files\OFX
- C:\Program Files\Common Files\OFX\TitlerEx.ofx.bundler
- C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\OFX
Terminate Conflicting Processes
Several processes conflict with Movie Studio software. All you’ve to do is end all processes from the Processes tab in Task Manager except those given below. Use Ctrl + Alt + Delete key combinations. End Task option terminates a process.