For on-premises versions of AME: Remove server component.
Stop the AME executable. Delete the server folder and its contents from your server.
Remove the AME plug-ins from all applications.
In an application with AME plug-ins installed, navigate to Shared Components -> Plug-ins. For any of the plug-ins you have installed, APEX Media Extension (AME), remove all references to the plug-in from your application. Click the number in the References column of the report to view specific instances. Once the number of references is zero, you can delete the plug-in itself by opening the plug-in and clicking the Delete button.
Optional: If installed, uninstall AME Sample Application.
In the APEX workspace where the sample application is installed, navigate to the Application Builder and select the AME Sample Application. In the right-hand sidebar under Tasks, click Delete this Application When prompted, under Deinstallation Options, check the boxes for both Remove Application Definition and Deinstall Supporting Objects. Then, click Deinstall. This will remove all AME related database objects as well, so you can skip Step 5.
Remove AME Database Objects (If not done in Step 3).
Locate the install package used to install AME or downloaded from https://www.apexmediaextension.com
From SQL window: run ame_db_deinstall.sql which is located in the "db"-directory of the unzipped install package.
Or from APEX: navigate to SQL Workshop -> SQL Scripts -> Upload. Select ame_db_deinstall.sql which is located in the "db"-directory of the unzipped install package, give it a name and click the Upload button. Click the run icon for the script you just uploaded, confirm that the schema in the upper right-hand corner of the screen is correct and click Run Now. Some statements may fail depending on what objects were installed.