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Batch Rename is a file renaming tool that can help you to rename a large number of files in several simple steps.Basically,you select a group of files (a batch) and tell your computer to rename them sequentially using specified rules.The rules mainly include filenames renaming,filenames replacing,filenames uppercasing/lowercasing,extensions renaming,extensions uppercasing/lowercasing.
Three easy steps to batch rename:
-Click "Import directory" to load the list of all files under the directory showing in left table ,then Click "Add" or "Add all" to add selected files preparing to rename from left table to right table.Vice versa, Click "Remove" or "Remove all" to remove selected files in right table.
-Check the rename rules on "Setting" panel and fill the text field after checked box.
-After finishing rules setting,click "Start batch rename" button to launch batch rename.after a few seconds you can open the corresponding directory to see the results.
We hope Batch Rename can promote your work more efficiently.
What's New in Version 2.0
does not work, app is stuck
Why would apple even oficialize something like this to the app store?
The app doesn’t even seem to be doing anything. I liked it because of the file extension feature. Nothing works, just sits there…
Besides, the support like of the developer doesn’t work.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Sep 07, 2013
- Version: 2.0
- Size: 1.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Zhihong Liu
- © jiaoy001
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later