Difference between revisions of "ReNamer"
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== User Manual ==
== User Manual ==
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<div style="color: red; border: 2px solid red">'''WARNING:''' Please, be more careful when you are editing linked topics. By renaming, adding and removing links you are making some articles unreachable! For example: [[ReNamer:Basic usage]] which needs to be deleted now, [[ReNamer:Quick Start]] which I actually want to keep until we decide which quick guide is better, [[ReNamer:Rules]] which you have unlinked because you changed it to [[ReNamer:Using the Rules]], and probably more. For now, please, only ADD material, I will do the organizational bits. If you really need to remove something out of the User Manual, then just move it outside of the section and stick it at the bottom of the page under the heading "for later consideration". -- den4b</div>
Revision as of 20:19, 20 June 2009
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. 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, Unicode capable, and supports variety of meta tags, such as: ID3v1, ID3v2, EXIF, OLE, AVI, MD5, CRC32, SHA1 and many more.
- Quick guide
- Using ReNamer step-by-step
- Using the Rules