Batch Renamer

Developer: GGEVRIN

Current Version: 1.1.1

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 907.9 KB - Download

Description:

Batch Renamer allows you to quickly and easily rename a files selection.
Build a modifications workflow and preview the future filenames before commiting your modifications (and yes, you can undo your commit).
Available modifications are :
. Change case
. Make sequential (numbers or letters)
. Add some text
. Replace some text
. Force to another filename
These modifications can be used several times in the same workflow in order to give you the result you are expecting. An userguide is included.

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Release Notes:

Code refactoring.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.1.1
Review by Kannath

Been using this for years ... - Sorry to see the developer has stopped supporting this program. While there are flashier programs for renaming now, this app is still my favorite because of its compact power and simplicity. To those users that are having difficulty preserving extensions: at the top, next to where you type your change, is a drop down menu that gives you the option to affect base name, extention, or both. It will not rename files with copy protection (in my experience), though it will rename unprotected .mov and .avi (and all other) files. ******** As of El Capitan, BatchRenamer crashes every time I attempt to use it. Due to its versatility and ease of use, the occasional crash under Yosemite (when it started crashing) I compensated for. But, I’m very sad to say that this program that I used very regularly is now being retired. GGEVERIN, thank you. I appreciate having had it while I did. If you are using Maverick or older, this is still the best renaming program.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 1.1.1
Review by StephenIsNow

CANNOT RENAME AVI or MOV FILES - fail.

Found helpful by 1 out of 6 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 1.1.1
Review by devtank

Unusable - There is no facility to preserve file extensions, so renaming anything will require you to go back later and MANUALLY (one by one), add back in the original file extension. Makes the app completely unusable. NO SUPPORT, no website, and developer site is listed within the App Store as "http:///" Id like my money back.

Found helpful by 3 out of 5 people
5/5
Version 1.1.1
Review by Kannath

Been using this for years ... - Sorry to see the developer has stopped supporting this program. While there are flashier programs for renaming now, this app is still my favorite because of its compact power and simplicity. To those users that are having difficulty preserving extensions: at the top, next to where you type your change, is a drop down menu that gives you the option to affect base name, extention, or both. It will not rename files with copy protection (in my experience), though it will rename unprotected .mov and .avi (and all other) files. ******** As of El Capitan, BatchRenamer crashes every time I attempt to use it. Due to its versatility and ease of use, the occasional crash under Yosemite (when it started crashing) I compensated for. But, I’m very sad to say that this program that I used very regularly is now being retired. GGEVERIN, thank you. I appreciate having had it while I did. If you are using Maverick or older, this is still the best renaming program.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
4/5
Version 1.1.1
Review by jstevewhite

Does what it claims to do! - Just downloaded it to rename a pile of files. Worked flawlessly. It’s old, but still good on my El Capitan install!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
5/5
Version 1.1.1
Review by Kannath

Been using this for years ... - Sorry to see the developer has stopped supporting this program. While there are flashier programs for renaming now, this app is still my favorite because of its compact power and simplicity. To those users that are having difficulty preserving extensions: at the top, next to where you type your change, is a drop down menu that gives you the option to affect base name, extention, or both. It will not rename files with copy protection (in my experience), though it will rename unprotected .mov and .avi (and all other) files.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
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