RENAME9: Simple File Rename Tool
HOWTO prefix filename with filedates and more
I was to rename a lot of images, prefixed with its exif datestamp.
There is a very good tool which does the job, ExifTool, but I found it a little cumbersome to just rename the files.
The result of my effort was this simple rename9 tool.
- rename9 -dp -dt=Exif -de -s *.jpg
- Rename all images from IMG_1001.jpg to 120101-1200_IMG_1001.jpg
Perfect for sorting images from many sources
- rename9 -i *.jpg
- Shourtcut for the above
- rename9 -s *.jpg
- Rename "My Filename with ÅÄÖ.jpg" to My_Filename_with_AAO.jpg
- rename9 S1=S2 *.jpg
- Renames all strings "S1" in *.jpg files with "S2"
- rename9 -install[="--images *.jpg"]
- Install rename9 as context menu handler with default options "--images *.jpg"
Download and go
- get RENAME9 rename9.zip
- Extract the rename9.exe (1 file) place it whereever and run (from command line)...
- 2017-dec-30, version 0.39
- updates web with latest fixes
- 2015-jul-30, version 0.30
- more options, see --help, bug fixes
- 2014-dec-03, version 0.19
- more bug fixes,
- 2014-mar-10, version 0.16
- -fdff|--folderdatefromfiles: update folder date to median of file dates
-ts|--time-shift: apply delta time on -dp|-ds|-de. [-|+]hh:mm or [-|+]days.fracday
small bug fixes,
- 2014-jan-12, version 0.14
- with shortcut --images and context menu handler --install|--uninstall
- 2013-jan-30, version 0.11
- on the web for download
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