By Eat More Code Pty Ltd
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Renomme is an easy to use batch renaming system that doesn't compromise on features.
As well as the standard case conversion, string replacement functions, Renomme offers you advanced features like TV show renaming (with tvrage.com support), arbitrary text renaming, regular expressions and renumbering options.
PREVIEW AS YOU TYPE
All options update the preview in real-time, showing you immediately the effect your choices will have on your files. No changes occur until you are ready to make them. Files that will be renamed or are in conflict with other files are clearly displayed.
SIMPLE CHANGES ARE SIMPLE TO MAKE
Want to simply remove a string from a bunch of files? No need to setup a complicated 'workflow', just drag your files in, type the string into the interface and hit Rename - you're done.
CHANGE A FEW FILES OR MANY
Files can be anywhere on your disk, drag folders into Renomme and all files in all subfolders are automatically added. Add as many as you like and rename them in one hit.
POWER USER? POWER FEATURES
Need to rename with a regular expression? Easy. Just as with the rest of Renomme, changes to your regular expression are shown in the interface, immediately. This level of interactivity makes regular expressions much easier to use, even if you aren't an expert.
Sometimes checkboxes and textfields just aren't flexible enough to give you the names you need - your names are already in an external data source. For instance, TV episode names. With the 'Text' tab, you can simply paste in your textual data and create filenames directly from that.
Integrated support for the tvrage.com database means you can clean up and rename all of your TV show files easily. Search for the show, choose the season number and go!
HELP IS AVAILABLE
Help is at your fingertips with Renomme, with completely integrated documentation. Additionally, the authors are always ready to hear your feature requests.
What's New in Version 1.11
This version fixes a crash during TV searches on Snow Leopard.