Digital camera save information about photo in EXIF data. This tool allow you to use this information to rename photo.
You can use Date and Time picture taken (with the date and time format you select) , Device Make, Device Model, Dimension and other details.
Professional use IPTC meta data which has more information about commercial photographs. You can use 35 such IPTC data to rename photographs.
Product Features and Benefits to user:
- Instant preview before you rename.
- Undo All your renaming.
- Add Numerical and Alphabetical sequence to file names. You can also renumber file names.
- Insert and delete text at beginning, end, at any character position and before / after some text.
- Find / Search and Replace Text from file name. You can choose part of file name to search.
- Add System Date ( Created, Modified and accessed) in the file names.
- Rename digital photos using their EXIF and IPTC Tags. Like Date picture taken and camera model and IPTC data like Author, Description, Copyright information. More than 40 tags supported.
- Change File Name case to lower case, upper case or proper case.
- Remove, Add and Rename File Extension.
- Reverse File Name.
- Swap file name parts.
- Remove Characters like remove all unwanted characters from file name.
- Add File Name component like folder name or full path into file name.
- Rename MP3 files using ID3 tag information like Artist, Album, Year, Genre, Title, Comments, Track Number, Composer.
- Command line support. You can apply your saved renaming rule from command line.
- List Renamer to rename files using a external file list in excel or csv file.
- Rename file name using external list you created.
- Save and then apply multiple renaming action (File Renamer Rule) in a single click.
- Remove spaces from file names
- Compatible with (32 or 64 bit) Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2008, Windows 2003
"Windows can handle some basic file renaming in batches, but not with the power and simplicity of this tool, which changes extensions and can undo renames. Use the preview function to see the new name before giving the okay."
-PC Magazine, In Cover Story of April 2008 Issue
"Those meaningless default file names attached to your digital photos? They need to change. Yes, Windows Explorer lets you rename files en masse, but it doesn't offer the control of File Renamer. You can replace an entire name, a designated part of a name (say, characters 3 through 17), keywords, and more. Of course, it's also a great way to rename music and video files (not to mention plain old data files)."
-PC Magazine, In Cover Story of June 2007 Issue
I am a photographer that takes thousands of pictures and eventually even my cameras go round the clock and produce pictures with the same number. File renamer enabled me to change all the prefixes for relevant files/photo shoots very quickly indeed and I love that if you make a mistake that it allows you to recover the original file names. It does exactly what I needed it to do and I am entirely satisfied and am delighted with it. The programme is easy to use and has saved me hours of renaming JPEG files . David Hamilton.
"File Renamer is a Godsend! I bought a camera for my girlfriend and we took a trip to Panama. We took over 900 pictures with 2 different camera's and because of that the file names were different. I am a web developer and I wanted to create a very simple slideshow on a simple website (Panama2011.com) and not use Flickr. For the code in the slideshow to work, all the files needed to have a common naming convention. After watching the video tutorial, File Rename did it for me in seconds! It allowed me to customize the filenames and do all sorts of stuff I've wanted to do for years, but couldn't. Thanks Winsome!" Robert Vig.