N/APosted on - 01/24/2013
I have an issue which I am suspecting may be caused by temp files from Adobe Premier. I've recently installed Adobe Premiere for my video editing on my Windows 7, but right after that every time i try to use the program it would always tell me that I am running low on my memory in C Drive. How can I change the location of temp files in Adobe Premiere?
Need help with changing the location of temporary files for Adobe Premier
You can try to change the path of temp file. Right click on My Computer, then select Advanced. On the bottom click on Environment Variables. Here in user variables you can change the path of temporary file. Click edit and put the path you created for temp files. Before you edit the path, create folder on other disk drive in my example D named temp.
Other thing you can do is to delete temporary files who are made by Premiere. This link will help you to find out how to find and delete them: http://fstoppers.com/how-to-find-and-delete-temp-files-caused-by-photoshop-and-premiere