Batch rename all your files and folders in a matter of seconds! Quick File Rename is a full featured professional world class batch file and folder (2-in-1!) renaming utility that is both easy to use and has features such as Undo, Real-time Preview, Windows Explorer Instant Rename integration, an incredibly powerful Rules system to perform complicated rename, Exif support (insert Exif dates/times and other data), IPTC support, XMP support, Canon RAW (CR2) support, MP3 tag support (Insert artist, title, genre, etc), instant rename from a user defined list, DOS 8.3 file convert, file rename using wildcards, file masking to filter files, allows you to prefix/postfix characters, replace characters, uppercase/lowercase/mixed case, command line renaming, autonomous rename using scheduling and many more.
Instant rename by dragging and dropping files, a built in folder browser to browse drives / folders over local as well as network drives or use our integration tool to rename thousands of files and folders by right clicking in Windows Explorer. With powerful regular Expression support, Unicode and a multi lingual interface, Quick File Rename is today and tomorrow's choice of professionals, media specialists and anyone who deals with a large number of files and folders. Ideal for webmasters, digital photo enthusiasts, and anyone in-between.
Full support for international characters, e.g Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Tamil, German, etc, the ONLY renaming application to do so making it truly a universal renaming application.
The first ever renaming utility to be featured in Lockergnome.
Renames FOLDERS, International character support, Undo, Real-time Preview, DOS 8.3 file convert, file rename using wildcards, file mask, mixed case rename, updating of time stamps, MP3 id3 v1 tagging, regular expression support, html help, custom list
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