Rons Renamer is a tool for renaming many files in one go, using rules like search and replace. Batches of files can be 10's to 1000's, and span multiple directories, with an unlimited number of rules that can be combined to achieve almost any result.
Rons Renamer has been designed from concept to execution to be simple and fast to use, without compromising on power; in short to make a difficult job as easy as possible.
Aaron, full recommendations on the "Ron's Renamer" program. Unbelievable it really provides full versatility processing changes on all files one swift sweep, without delays or falling on its head, all of which all my camera software Panasonic, Fuji and now Canon utterly failed to provide.
|15 EASY TO USE RENAMING RULES|
|Combine any number of rules|
|Any number of rules can be combined into rule sets and saved allowing total flexibility and fast operation.|
|Save sets of rules|
|Saved rule sets are listed on the toolbar for quick retrieval.|
|EXIF and MP3 tag|
|Use the files tags in its new name.|
|Instant preview of the new file names - know what the application will do before any files are renamed.|
|Conflict check and illegal file name fixing built in.|
|Preview rename status|
|Instant visual display of each file's state making it easy to see what will be renamed and if conflicts will arise.|
|Command line support|
|Any rule set can be exported as a complete script for later automation.|
|Rollback option after rename for that final check.|
|Very long filenames|
|Support for filename up to 32,000 characters.|
Rons Renamer is free to download, but it contains some restrictions in its Lite version that can only be unlocked with a Pro license key (see Differences between Lite and Pro version).
A FREE 30 day Pro Evaluation License is also available (download Rons Renamer first, and then select 'Try Pro Free').
Why not give it a try? The download is free and the installation simple.
The functionality to read EXIF tags (quickly) came from Simon McKenzie on The Code Project.