The Simple Way To Rename, Copy And Move 100s or 1000s of your files and folders with a single Drag-and-Drop using presets.
When you drop files or folders on the Renamerox application icon, Renamerox will start up and will immediately begin the job. If the checkbox "Quit after Job" is checked in the preferences, Renamerox will quit automatically after the job is finished.
Renamerox offers several additional options to optimize the renaming process.
Requirement: Mac OS X 10.4 or later (Mac OS X 10.x should work too).
The software license agreement can be seen here.
In the demo version two letters will be added to the item name. The purchased version would be without any limitations.
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Mac OS X 10.4 or later (Mac OS X 10.x should work too).
The preset menu gives you the possibility to choose your already saved presets.
The default preferences are saved under Default Set.
Generally you need to set the preferences and save them to use the software. However, if you need different settings for different jobs, then you need to use the presets.
When you click on the Rename Button, Renamerox will begin its work. In the display field you can see what Renamerox is doing.
In the file list, you can see which items (files or folders) were already renamed.
Pressing the ESC or Command and "." key cancels the renaming process.
In Copy File mode and in Move File mode the items will be renamed and copied or moved in the Default Folder. If you did not set a Default Folder before, you will be prompted to choose a folder in which to put the items.
Press the Undo Button to undo the renaming process. The undoing process reverts to the original names of the items.
In Copy File mode all the copied items will be removed. In Move File mode all the moved items will be moved back.
In this menu you can set the new name of files and folders with index, prefix and suffix.
Set the index of the first item, increment (step value) and a prefix and/or a suffix to create the new item name.
The Last Index box allows you to continue with your last saved index number in each preset.
You can see the result of your setting for the first three item names in the Name Control Display.
Additionally, you can add the current date or time to your prefix and suffix.
In this menu point you can replace a piece of the item name with another one.
Set the piece of the image name which you want to replace in the Find field and the new piece in the Replace with field. This option is case sensitive.