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ReNamer is a very powerful and flexible file renaming tool, which offers all the standard renaming procedures, including prefixes, suffixes, replacements, case changes, as well as removing contents of brackets, adding number sequences, changing file extensions, etc.

For advanced users, there is a PascalScript rule, which let users program their very own renaming rule. This program allows you to combine multiple renaming actions as a rule set, applying each action in a logical sequence, which can be saved, loaded, and managed within the program. In addition, it has an ability to rename folders, process regular expressions, is Unicode capable, and supports variety of meta tags, such as: ID3v1, ID3v2, EXIF, OLE, AVI, MD5, CRC32, and SHA1.

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  • JazzMastaJim

    I’ve been using ReNamer for some time now. It’s very versatile and lets you see the effects of your changes before you commit to them. I find it indispensable for renaming photos, MP3s, etc.

  • I’ve been using ReNamer for some time now. It’s very versatile and lets you see the effects of your changes before you commit to them. I find it indispensable for renaming photos, MP3s, etc.

  • I’ve been using ReNamer for some time now. It’s very versatile and lets you see the effects of your changes before you commit to them. I find it indispensable for renaming photos, MP3s, etc.

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    […] ReNamer Helps You Take Control of Your File Collection […]

  • Fixed. Thank you very much!

    • Win7Guru

      No problem, do you know if I can rename files based on their file version, such as:

      Input: ChromeInstaller Setup.exe with a file version of 9.0.4325.1 for example
      Output: Google Chrome Installer v.9.0.4325.1

      This is becoming a serious chore renaming setup files, considering that some of the setup files are no longer available to download.  I like to keep them just in case.  Any suggestions?

      • I am sure it’s possible using a batch script but don’t have a sample to hand. I’m sure someone can help in the forums: http://forum.mintywhite.com


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