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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.
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.
Added bookmarks menu - A bookmarks menu has been added so you can bookmark directories for easy access.
Changed save rename format - The format used to store saved renames has changed. Functionality has been included to load the old saved renames, so existing renames should load as normal.
Fixed issue with & and / in saved renames - Including an & or / character in the name of a saved rename would previously create problems, but this has now been addressed.
Fixed automatic zero fill bug - If you used automatic zero fill along with "Rename...Selected Items Only," the zero fill did not update when the number of selected items changed. This has now been fixed so the zero fill will be correctly adjusted.
Fixed issue loading tags - If the user inserted both Exif and Music tags it would cause tags of one type not to load. The program will now read both sets of tags so all tags will work correctly.
Fixed Mac icon - There was a problem with the .icns file that prevented it displaying, but this has been fixed.
Made saved renames case insensitive - The --loadren command line switch is now case insensitive so you don't have to get the case right for renames to load. Saved renames are also case insensitive so, if you save a rename with the same name but different case as an existing rename, you will be asked if you want to overwrite the existing rename.
Significant refactoring - The program has been reworked significantly internally but should function the same from the user's perspective. If you encounter any bugs please report them.
Moved credits to About dialog - The credits dialog has been removed and the credits are now in the redesign About dialog.
Updated to Qt 5.12.4 on all platforms - I've decided to stick with the Qt LTS releases from now on, unless there's a specific reason to use a non-LTS release. I'll switch to the next LTS release once the .2 update is out.
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