File Renamer for Mac - How to add system date attributes in file names




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Published on Jun 28, 2012

File Renamer for Mac is an extremely simple & user-friendly application to rename files by adding date and time in the file name. Using the tool, you can add Date Created/Modified/Last Accessed or custom date and Time in your desired format in the file name. If you are not interested in adding the time but only date, you can deselect the time in the application.

Not only that, you can also select the date format as well, i.e., dd/mm/yy or mm/dd/yyyy or in your desired format.

Application also support the change of format for time as well. You can also specify the separator between date & time. If your file is having some invalid characters, you can replace those invalid characters with the character of your choice.

By default, date and time will be added in the beginning of the file but you can change the position from beginning to end or to any position you want. If you want, you can also want the suffix or prefix to the file name.

The application becomes much more user friendly due to the auto-preview window. Any change that you are suggesting, the application will generate a preview automatically to let you know, how file names will look before you actually rename them.

Download File Renamer: http://www.filerenamer.com/


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