Métamorphose 2 Tutorial - How to rename many files automatically





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Uploaded on Sep 30, 2010

Métamorphose is a free, open source, cross-platform batch rename program to mass rename files and folders automatically, to save time and reduce the amount of work involved.

Well suited for those that need to rename many files and/or folders on a regular basis.
In addition to general usage operations, it is useful for photo and music collections, webmasters, programmers, legal and clerical, etc.

In this video I show a few examples of what you can do with Métamorphose, but there's a lot more.

Main features are:
- Rename files according to their store metadata such as ID3 and Exif tags, or creation/modification/last access time.
- Find a string within the filename and replace it with another, move to a specific position, or remove it.
- Preview every item to be renamed before committing changes.
- Load all files in directory and in subdirectories (recursive renaming).
- Undo renaming operation in case of mistakes.
- Setting the capitalization of the letters in the filenames.
- Add counting sequences: numerical, alphabetical, and Roman numeral.

Métamorphose is a cross-platform software so works for Windows (versions: 2000, XP, 2003 server, Vista, 7), Linux (using GNOME, KDE, Blackbox, and Fluxbox) and Mac OS X.

Métamorphose homepage: http://file-folder-ren.sourceforge.ne...


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