ReNamer is a powerful batch rename utility for Windows which supports regular expressions
ReNamer comes with powerful and flexible ways of renaming files and even folders. With this program, you can do a variety of renaming actions such as changing the name, prefix, suffix; substitution; removing the content inside brackets; and changing the file extension.
ReNamer allows you to rename several files and folders in a batch. It supports a variety of meta tags such as ID3v1, ID3v2, EXIF, OLE, AVI, MD5, CRC32, and SHA1.
The program also offers renaming capabilities to combine multiple rename actions into a set of rules and apply each action in a logical sequence that can be saved, loaded and edited within the application.
- Batch rename
- Supports meta tag renaming (MP3/ID3, JPEG/EXIF)
- Undo renaming of files and folders
- Adding number sequences
- Change of file extensions
- Real-time preview of file rename
- Supports both files and folders
- Advance rules (it can process regular expressions (regex))
- Combination of rules
- Priority of rules (logical sequencing)
- Save rule sets as presets
|Date released||March 30, 2020|
|Developer||Denis Kozlov /den4b|
|File size||3.86 MB (installer); 4.03 MB (portable)|
|License model / Price||Free (Lite edition), Commercial (Pro edition) — $17.95 (discount available for bulk purchase)|
|Multilingual||Yes — Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Czech, Dutch (Belgium), English, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Spanish, Tamil (India), Turkish, Ukrainian)|
|Operating systems||Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP (32-bit/64-bit),
Windows 2000 (32-bit), Windows Server 2019/2016/2012/2008 (32-bit/64-bit)
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What’s new in ReNamer 7.2
Highlights of changes:
- Added an option to strip Unicode marks (combining, diacritics, accents) in the Clean Up rule.
- Append the preset if SHIFT key is down when clicking on the present menu option, otherwise load normally.
- Changed the default color used for highlighting affected names from red to blue, due to popular consensus.
- Added font meta tags: Font_Name, Font_FamilyName, Font_PostScriptName, Font_Revision.
- Added File_FolderPath meta tag.
- Added ScanDateTime and TryScanDateTime functions to Pascal Script.
- Improved CSV imports and exports, use RFC 4180 compliant handler.
- Do not offer to create desktop shortcut in the installer.
- Added and updated many language files.
- Fixed several minor visual issues.
What’s new in ReNamer 7.1
ReNamer 7.1 is a major update that brings new features, bug fixes and better support for recent and future operating systems.
Highlights of changes:
- Added options for adjusting date/time parts in the Reformat Date rule.
- Added context menu options for adding a new rule above or below the currently selected rule.
- Allow multiple selected rules to be moved around, including continuous and discontinuous selection.
- Remember the location of additional windows: Add Rule, Analyze, Presets Manager.
- Added a wide range of unit tests for renaming rules to ensure the stable operating at all times.
- Refactored main toolbar, including improved sizing and an ability to hide it.
- Implemented validation of Windows long path specification with “\\?” prefix. This trick allows to overcome the legacy 260 path length limit imposed by Windows.
- Implemented handling of the Unicode word boundaries in the RegEx engine.
- Improvements to MP3 meta tags, including proper support for Unicode capabilities of ID3 v2.4.0.
- Improved translation framework. Certain messages which do not require translation are excluded from the translation files, thus, removing the unnecessary overhead for translators.
- New translations added: Ukrainian, Turkish, Tamil (India).
- New transliteration files: Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Vietnamese.
Here is a sneak peek into one of the new features….
Imagine that you have a collection of date-stamped photo files and realized that the dates were all wrong, for example, off by 1 day. Or, you have scanned a bunch of documents, which were automatically time-stamped by the scanner, but then you realized that the clock on the scanner was off by 5 hours. Then imagine you have thousands of such files with wrong dates and times in the filename. Oh my!
ReNamer to the rescue! Now you can easily adjust any part of the date and time in the filename, in any format.
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