Better File Rename is the most comprehensive file renamer on the market. You get an industrial strength utility that's fast, flexible, reliable and easy to use.
You can use Better File Rename as a stand-alone application dragging & dropping files onto its application icon or directly into its preview window.Alternatively you can use it straight from the Windows Explorer by right-clicking the files and selecting the "Better File Rename..." menu item.
Comprehensive renaming options
- add, remove, insert and replace characters and text
- add, format, change and insert sequence numbers, create sequence number lists..
- add file date and time to the beginning and the end, rename to date..
- replace file and folder extensions
- make uppercase, lowercase, title case or sentence case
- create space-saving alphabetical sequences
- truncate, remove vowels, reverse, transpose
- and much, much more...
Instant preview eliminates guesswork and errors
See the results of your renaming options while you are typing or changing the parameters.The instant preview makes short work out of finding the right settings and avoids costly mistakes.
Combine multiple rename steps
You can combine several rename actions into a single multi-step rename. This allows you to perform even the most complex batch renaming jobs in a single pass.Better File Rename allows you to create as many rename steps as you require and lets you edit and re-arrange them at will.
Better File Rename is the preferred renaming tool of many professional and ambitious amateur photographers and has over time grown an impressive array of features dedicated to manipulating sequence numbers (create sequence number lists, add and insert sequence numbers, pad them with 0s, etc..) and adding shooting dates & times to picture names.In these operations you can exploit the shooting date & time extracted from the industry-standard EXIF digital camera meta-data stored in your JPEG pictures.
Pro Workflow Support
Save recurring renaming options to self-contained "droplet" applications. Drag & drop files and folders onto these droplets to apply the stored settings. This allows you to automate the renaming part of your workflow.