BatchRename Pro Review 22.214.171.124
Do you frequently find that you need to rename files on your PC? If so, BatchRename Pro is an excellent application to speed up your workflow.
BatchRename Pro comes with a number of presets that you can use to quickly start changing the names of your files. You can also develop your own rules for renaming files according to your particular specifications.
For people who must deal with a large number of digital images, the application enables you to rename each picture using EXIF data, including the name of the camera, the date the image was digitized, the original date the file was created, the F-number, lens aperture, exposure time, ISO speed and shutter speed. This feature makes it extremely easy to sort your images by file name. You can use also the application to rename photos according to their image properties, such as color bits, format type or resolution. This is particularly helpful when you must quickly organize your images according to one technical variable.
Music lovers will enjoy the flexibility that BatchRename Pro offers. If you have a collection of music saved as MP3 files, BatchRename Pro can rename them using MP3 Tag ID3 v1-2. This lets you generate music files whose names have information such as the album name, artist, bitrate, copyright, composer, comment, frequency, genre and language.
Another useful feature enables you swiftly rename files by inserting the local date and time. You may prefer to use BatchRename Pro to insert a certain number of digits in ascending or descending order, a useful feature when you are cataloging a large number of files.
When you perform a batch renaming operation, you can specify the destination folder where each renamed file will go. As you generate new rules for naming files, you can save them to re-use, and then combine rules with one another for greater flexibility.
BatchRename Pro maintains a log for each time you rename files, which is useful when you need a historical record of your file changes. The application comes with a 30-day free trial, with a nag screen that bothers you until you register.