Rename Batch Files On Windows
Here is the situation, you have tons of files and folder that you have to change their labels with appropriate names. With traditional Windows file renaming method you can select multiple files and rename them with a single name, and Windows Explorer will auto label them with additional numbers. If you try to rename them with more unique individual names, you have to go through every single files, work very hard and spend valuable time to fix them. If you want to rename your multiple files with bit more sophisticated labeling you can use a dedicated batch file renaming application that allows you to rename multiple files using smart renaming methods.
You can use ReNamer, a smart powerful renaming software for Windows user that has ideal rule based solution to rename multiple files. ReNamer has an extensive rules set. It allows you to create rules using Conditions, Regular Expressions and Meta Tags to match and modify file name individually. These rules can be combined together, in a logical sequence, to perform nearly any thinkable operation with the filename.
You create the Rules, which are then used to change the file names. ReNamer rules offers all of the standard file renaming functions, including prefixes, suffixes, replacements, case changes, remove contents of brackets, add number sequences, change file extensions, etc. For advanced users, there is a PascalScript rule, which let users program their very own renaming rule.
To rename files with more productive information, ReNamer is able to extract large variety of meta tags, such as: Current Date, File Size, File Date Created, File Date Modified, File Base Name, File Extension, File Parent Folder Name, ID3v1, ID3v2 (Artist, Title, Album, Genre, Track, Year etc.), EXIF, OLE, AVI, MD5, SHA1, CRC32 and many more.
ReNamer give you flexibility to add multiple rules to rename a batch of files. The renaming process starts from the top rule and follows the next one, applying each action in logical sequence. Your Rules can be added, edited, deleted, and moved up or down in the processing sequence. ReNamer also give you the ability to rename folders and network files, and supports Unicode filenames.
How to Batch File Rename Easily
To get started, create your file renaming rules or load your saved rules from “Presets”. Then simply select the files or the folder you wish to rename. Alternatively, you can drag & drop or copy & paste your files in to the main window or select the folder where all the files are in. When you click “Preview” button, ReNamer will show preview of the renaming result. If you are satisfied wither the preview result then click the “Rename” button to take the renaming action on your files.