Is Adobe Premiere software program giving you a problem? Some users report receiving the “System error occurred while trying to rename the captured clip” error message after completing a video capture and when prompted to save and name the file. The video clip then gets stored in the input folder as a temporary clip.
To clear this error message, you can delete your temporary files in C:\Windows\Temp and any temp files located in the Adobe Premiere programs folder. If this does not fix the problem then you can try reinstalling Adobe Premiere 6.5 by removing it via “Add/Remove Programs” in “Control Panel” then reinstalling it from your paid installation media. You can also try manually removing Adobe Premiere software via the tutorial at the following Adobe article in case after removing it via Control Panel and then reinstalling it, the problem is not corrected.
Following these steps removes the Adobe Premiere application from your computer. This will also remove the license from your computer.
Do not try to remove Adobe Premiere or Adobe Elements by just dragging folders to the Recycle Bin in Microsoft Windows operating system or Trash on Apple Macintosh operating system. This can cause problems when attempting to reinstall this software.
Make certain that you have administrative privileges for the account you are using. Disable any malware, spyware, virus, and firewall programs. Browse to the Control Panel in Microsoft Windows 7, 8, or 10 operating systems.
Once in Control Panel you want to select the program you are removing. For example Adobe Premiere or Adobe Elements. Click on this software to select it. Then you should see an “Uninstall” option.
Select Uninstall to begin removing this software. This is a very important next step. If you want to save your program preferences than make sure that Remove Preferences is NOT selected.
Follow the rest of the onscreen instructions to remove this application. If you receive any error messages or the Adobe Premiere or Adobe Elements software is still listed as installed, then reinstall that software and then attempt to remove it again. For whatever reason this allows you to finally remove this stubborn program.
The following installation instructions pertain to the Apple Macintosh operating system. First you want to open Finder and then browse to “Applications”. Now you want to choose “Utilities”.
Next you want to select “Adobe Installers”. Begin the Uninstaller for Adobe Photoshop Elements or Adobe Premiere Elements. If you want to keep your program preferences make certain that “Remove Preferences” is NOT selected.
If selected you will lose all your Adobe Premiere or Adobe Elements personal preferences. Select “Uninstall” and follow the on screen instructions to remove this software program. If you receive any error messages or this application is still listed as installed, then you can reinstall Adobe Premiere or Adobe Elements and then try to remove this program.
If you are still having problems trying to remove Adobe Premiere or Adobe Elements, then you can download and install Adobe Application Manager. There is a version for both Microsoft Windows operating systems and Apple Macintosh operating systems.
If you do NOT see Adobe Premiere or Adobe Elements after installing the Adobe Application Manager then try to install that software program again and see if it is now indeed listed. Now that Adobe Premiere or Adobe Elements is listed you can proceed to removing this stubborn software. These instructions were written for both Microsoft Windows operating systems and Apple Macintosh operating systems.
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