Whether you are an avid photographer who wants to add EXIF data to image names, a music lover who wishes to organize MP3 songs using tag information or a simple user who needs to rename a large amount of other files, you could benefit from a tool that allows you to perform these tasks quickly and offers numerous editing functions.
KuKnet FileRenamer enables you to edit the names of multiple files in batch mode, based on an extensive rule list created beforehand.
The application edits file names according to user-defined rules. These allow you to process numerous files of various formats and rename them in different ways.
For example, you can replace certain lines of text, modify extensions, numerate files, add prefixes or suffixes, change text case and insert or delete data.
You are offered a preview of the output files and the program alerts you if, as a result of the operation, more than one file would share the same name.
KuKnet FileRenamer can make use of embedded file information to rename documents. It can extract data such as a file's date of creation, last modification or last access, and add it to its name.
If you are processing MP3 songs, the application can extract data from their ID3 tags and append it to the output file's name. You can determine which pieces of information are added and in which order.
It can also use EXIF data from image files, such as picture size, the device used to capture it, the software used to modify it and copyright information.
KuKnet FileRenamer allows you to export the list of parameters and actions you apply to a selection of files and load it again at a later date. This can be very useful if you need to perform a renaming operation multiple times, on different sets of files.
To conclude, this intuitive application can help you batch rename a large amount of files in various ways, by making use of a list of preset rules.