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Ant Renamer v2.12.0
Ant Renamer v2.12.0 A free program that makes it easy to rename lots of files and folders by using specified settings. It supports Unicode names. Features This program can rename large amounts of files and folders in few clicks. It only modifies files/folders names: Changing extension Replacing character strings by others Inserting a character string Moving characters Deleting several characters Enumeration Name creation with mp3's Tag (ID v1.1) Name creation with file's last modified date and time Random names creation Case change (uppercase, lowercase, first letter of each word in uppercase, ...) Take names from a list/file Use of EXIF info Regular expressions Available in several languages: English (default), Belarusian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (simplified and traditional), Croatian, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish. Unicode file names are supported, so it is possible to rename without problems files that have names containing characters from Japanese, Chinese, Arab, etc. Tested successfully under various Windows versions, from 98 (with a few updated system files) and NT4 (SP4 required) up to current ones (Windows 11 included). Known bugs and limits Unicode is supported only on NT systems (Windows NT4, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and equivalent server versions) However, the translation of user interface works only if the language defined in Windows regional settings uses the same character set as the language selected in the program Since version 2.04 the program does not start on Windows 95, it seems to be caused by a missing function on this system ...
5/5 92 Dec 21, 2021
Antoine Potten
Bulk Rename Utility v3.4.3.0
Bulk Rename Utility v3.4.3.0 The Free File Renaming Utility for Windows. Rename multiple files with the click of a button. Bulk Rename Utility: file renaming software for Windows. Bulk Rename Utility is free of charge for personal, private use, at home. To use Bulk Rename Utility within a business entity, company or for commercial purposes, a commercial license is required. Bulk Rename Utility allows you to easily rename files and entire folders based upon extremely flexible criteria. Add date/time stamps, replace numbers, insert text, convert case, add auto-numbers, process folders and sub-folders....plus a whole lot more! Rename multiple files quickly, according to many flexible criteria. Rename files in many ways: add, replace, insert text into file names. Convert case, add numbers. Remove or change file extensions. Check the detailed preview before renaming. Rename photos using EXIF metadata (i.e. "Date Picture Taken", "Resolution" and other information embedded in all JPG photo files) Rename your holiday pictures from a meaningless dsc1790.jpg to NewYork1.jpg in a flash. Rename MP3 files using ID3 tags (a.k.a. MP3 ID3 tag renaming). Rename files using Windows File Properties (e.g. media video length, width, height, rate, publisher, etc). Change files' creation and modification time stamps. Easy to Install. Download and start renaming your files now! Bulk Rename Utility is an easy to use file rename program (a.k.a. file renamer). Renaming multiple files and/or multiple folders has never been easier! It has a small memory footprint so it can be left running all the time without consuming all your memory. It started as a freeware Visual Basic tool, but as its popularity has grown it has been completely rewritten in C++ to be robust and lightweight - and ...
5/5 2,032 Dec 21, 2021
TGRMN Software
Daram Renamer v2021.11.1
Daram Renamer v2021.11.1 A portable, easy to use file and directory batch renaming application. Features Renaming Options Replace Plain Text Concatenate Text Trimming Filename Delete Blocked Text Delete Filename Substring Casecast Filename Add Extension Delete Extension Change Extension Casecast Extension Delete without Numbers Matching Number count Add Index Numbers Numbers Increase or Decrease Add Date Other Options Drag and Drop Context Menu Sort Undo Redo Copy Mode (renamed files are copied) Move Mode (files are renamed) Requirements .NET5 or newer Windows 7 or newer Recommended Windows 10 20H2 Changes 2021.11.1 Nov 15, 2021 Require .NET6 Desktop Runtime: https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/dotnet/6.0 If tried Start Application but No action, Try remove DaramRenamer.config.json first. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,564 Dec 23, 2021
Jin Jae-yeon
Inviska Rename v9.0 (MacOS)
Inviska Rename v9.0 (MacOS) Inviska Rename is a batch file rename tool that allows you to give meaningful names to groups of files. It can be used for renaming music files from tags, renaming photos from Exif information, replacing photograph names like DSC04651.JPG with more useful names like "Spain Holiday - 154.jpg", and other renaming tasks. Features Inviska Rename can perform the following operations: Insert, remove and replace text in filename or extension. Rename using music tag information, such as mp3 ID3v2 tags, FLAC tags and other audio tags. Rename using Exif information from digital photographs. Rename using file creation or modification date. Automatically number files for easy ordering. Change filename to uppercase, lowercase, title case or sentence case. Filter items to be renamed based on extension, selection, files only or folders only. Save common rename settings for frequent tasks. Undo previous rename operation to restore original filenames. Show/hide hidden files to include/exclude them from rename operations. Navigate through directories in preview list to locate the files you wish to rename. Easily see which filenames will be changed with highlighting of modified filenames in the preview pane. View tags present in file and edit music tags before renaming. Rename in any language thanks to full Unicode support. Cross platform, running on Windows 7+, macOS 10.12+ and Linux. Free open-source software released under the GPLv2+ licence. Changelog Version 9.0 Added bookmarks menu - A bookmarks menu has been added so you can bookmark directories for easy access. Changed save rename format ...
5/5 2,199 Jan 12, 2022
Inviska Software
Inviska Rename v9.0 (Windows)
Inviska Rename v9.0 (Windows) Inviska Rename is a batch file rename tool that allows you to give meaningful names to groups of files. It can be used for renaming music files from tags, renaming photos from Exif information, replacing photograph names like DSC04651.JPG with more useful names like "Spain Holiday - 154.jpg", and other renaming tasks. Features Inviska Rename can perform the following operations: Insert, remove and replace text in filename or extension. Rename using music tag information, such as mp3 ID3v2 tags, FLAC tags and other audio tags. Rename using Exif information from digital photographs. Rename using file creation or modification date. Automatically number files for easy ordering. Change filename to uppercase, lowercase, title case or sentence case. Filter items to be renamed based on extension, selection, files only or folders only. Save common rename settings for frequent tasks. Undo previous rename operation to restore original filenames. Show/hide hidden files to include/exclude them from rename operations. Navigate through directories in preview list to locate the files you wish to rename. Easily see which filenames will be changed with highlighting of modified filenames in the preview pane. View tags present in file and edit music tags before renaming. Rename in any language thanks to full Unicode support. Cross platform, running on Windows 7+, macOS 10.12+ and Linux. Free open-source software released under the GPLv2+ licence. Changelog Version 9.0 Added bookmarks menu - A bookmarks menu has been added so you can bookmark directories for easy access. Changed save rename format ...
5/5 2,212 Jan 12, 2022
Inviska Software
NameDate v7.11
NameDate v7.11 Rename files with a date and timestamp What is NameDate? NameDate is a 32-bit command line utility for Windows XP/7/8/10. NameDate will change the name of a given file to include the date. For example, a file name somefile.ext will be renamed to somefile 31-Oct-2016.ext when namedate somefile.ext is run. NameDate offers a whole range of options to configure how the resulting file name should be formatted, define where the file should be located (you can move the files while renaming them), add a counter or several other features. NameDate is free software and comes with full source code. New in version 7.11 (11. Feb 2019) No functional changes. Recompiled with gcc 8.1.0 and replaced some system calls (sprintf) with the buffer-safe versions (snprintf) to eliminate compiler warnings.
5/5 1,183 Jan 12, 2022
James Greene
Rename Master v3.15
Rename Master v3.15 Rename Master is a freeware utility designed to rename multiple files with a just few clicks. Anyone that has worked with websites, file archives, or collections of music, videos, or pictures has probably spent way too much time renaming hundreds of files. This utility will add, remove, or replace parts of the filename with ease and also supports renaming via file properties, MP3 tags, JPEG JFIF and EXIF tags, Video tags, and text files. Batch renaming that's simple to use, yet still very powerful. Features - Intelligent number sorting - Full Unicode filename support - File and folder renaming - Custom filelist columns - Auto-Preview - Subfolder Scanning to rename files in multiple folder - Renaming Variables for JPEG/MP3/Video tags, file properties, counters, and more - Scripts to save commonly used renaming options - [*] and [?] command prompt style wildcards, or full Regular Expression support - Optional Explorer integration for right-clicking on files/folders or using "Send To" - Case Changing and Textfile importing - Command line options for batch renaming Requirements This program requires no installation, but an optional setup program is included. Supported on Windows XP through Windows 10. May-13-20 Changes in v3.15 (Renaming Script) New: added "More" button to the currently selected step New: moved "help" button in a step to "Show Menu" New: updated visuals for disabled/enabled/selected steps New: added an "Add New Step" control directly in the script area New: added button to unpin a step New: help button added to Renaming Script New: added "View File Tags" to insert menu popup New: added "Duplicate" to the "More" menu of a Renaming Step New: added "View Selected File Tags" to Insert menu Fix: visual issues with Renaming Steps Fix: visual issue when adding a new step when a step is expanded Fix: visual issue when adding a new step to a full list Fix: visual issue when resizing Renaming Script while a step is expanded Fix: visual issue when width resized with splitter Fix: step not ...
5/5 2,785 Jan 12, 2022
joejoesoft.com
WildRename v2.15
WildRename v2.15 WildRename is a multi-file renaming application for Microsoft Windows users. Its very simple user interface helps you build and perform many file renaming operations one-by-one or in batches. In brief, WildRename helps you: convert filenames to lower/upper case or normalise case (Capitalize First Letter) add or remove strings of characters from filenames replace strings of characters in filenames, using either simple replacements or powerful regular expressions add text counters to a series of files (e.g. 0001_filename.ext) Version 2.15 : Fixed form appearance in high DPI monitors Fixed bug in RegExpr Help Tester to use $n subexpr Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 2,957 Jan 12, 2022
CyLog Software
   
 
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