|Complete File Renamer 2.0|
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Complete File Renamer 2.0 - Help
1: Select Files
2: Change Options
3: Preview and Rename Files
Complete File Renamer 2.0 is a multiple file renaming tool. It makes it easier to keep movie, music, image and other file names consistent and organized.
Complete File Renamer comes with:
This version of Complete File Renamer comes with a command line file renaming utility tool cmdren.exe, aka Command Line File Renamer 1.0. Using this utility you can write batch commands or scripts to automate your file renaming work. To learn more about Command Line File Renamer see the related section in this document.
Requirements: Windows 98/Me/2000/Xp/2003, .Net Framework 1.1
To rename a set of files
1 - Using the Select Files Panel.
2 - Using the Change Options Panel.
3- Using the Rename Files Panel
Use the file browser on the left hand side to select the files you want to rename. The browser will start in 'My Computer' folder.
Browsing to a folder:
Selecting files for renaming:
Removing files from the Rename Files List:
Listing of input controls:
Change Renaming Options
The renaming options are located here. File renaming options are grouped into differnt Tabs according to their behavior.
Complete File Renamer has the following Tabs:
Clicking on any of these categories will bring up the options that are relevant to that category.
When you change the options in one of these categories the changes will be shown immediately at the Rename Files List.
To reset the options in a category press the [Reset] button. The [Preview] button will generate the new filenames again.
Listing of input controls:
Auto # Tab
Preview and Rename Files
The Rename Files List displays the following columns
The song info columns will display mp3 tags only when the Mp3 Tab is open or when you press [Read Mp3 Tags] button.
The status messages
'Empty Tags' message will be an error message by default. If "Skip If Necessary Tags Are Empty" is unchecked it will be a warning.
Status Message Color Codes
No real file renaming is done until you click "Rename All" or "Rename Selected" buttons. When one of them is clicked, the files will be renamed; original name, new name, and the status message columns will be updated. The new status messages will display black on success or Red on error.
Clicking the Rename buttons will try to rename files with
To change a single filename quickly
IMPORTANT: No real renaming is done until you click [Rename All] or [Rename Selected].
Listing of input controls
In the Path Box
In the File Browser
In the Rename File List
In the Instant Edit Box
Command Line File Renamer
Command Line File Renamer 1.0 (cmdren.exe) is a command line multiple file renaming utility tool. It is designed to be a scripting and batch command to aid you in file renaming related work. File renaming options are specified via command line parameters (switches). Cmdren.exe has command line versions of all the file renaming options that can be found in Complete File Renamer.
Usage: cmdren (-? | -help | -h) cmdren -register | -reg cmdren file1 [file2 ...] -preview -ext inc | -inc ext -ei | -ie -ext case (upper | lower | word | sentence | toggle | random) -ec (u | l | w | s | t | r) -ext change <newext> -ex <newext> -case (upper | lower | word | sentence | toggle | random) -c (u | l | w | s | t | r) -special words [skip1st] -sw [s1] -space from [uscore] [period] [hypen] [%20] -sf [u] [p] [h] [%] -space to [uscore] [period] [hypen] -st [u] [p] [h] -space around hypens -sh -space extra [all] [start] [end] -se [a] [s] [e] -split [left | right] -sp [l] [r] -insert <string> (start | end) -insert <string> column <number> -insert <string> (after | before) <string> [sensitive] -i <string> (s | e) -i <string> c <number> -i <string> (a | b) <string> [cs] -delete <number> (start | end) -delete <number> column <number> -delete <number> (after | before) <string> [sensitive] -d <number> (s | e) -d <number> c <number> -d <number> (a | b) <string> [cs] -delete between [paren] [curly] square] -db [p] [c] [s] -replace (all | 1st | 2nd | 3rd | last) <string1> <string2> [sensitive] -r (a | 1 | 2 | 3 | t) <string1> <string2> [cs] -number extend (all | 1st | 2nd | 3rd | last) <digits> -ne (a | 1 | 2 | 3 | t) <digits> -number add [start | end | none] <str1> <digits> <str2> [<start> [<inc>]] -na [s | e | n] <str1> <digits> <str2> [<start> [<inc>]] -mp3 common (TrTi | ArTi | TrArTi | TrTiYe) [noskip] -mc (TrTi | ArTi | TrArTi | TrTiYe) [ns] -mp3 free <s1> tag <s2> [tag <s3>] [tag <s4>] [noskip] -mf <s1> tag <s2> [tag <s3>] [tag <s4>] [ns] Details: (a | b | c) means a or b or c [a] means a is optional <...> means user input string use "" for empty string if a string contains space quote it i.e. "string with space" when using -mc switch, tag should be as follows tag = (title |artist |album |track |year |genre |comment |oldname) tag = (ti | ar | al | tr | ye | ge | co | on) commands have long and short versions i.e. -delete -d, upper u Examples: Rename all file to lowercase cmdren *.* -case lower cmdren *.* -c l Split into words, convert _ and . to space, change to Word Case cmdren *.* -split -space from uscore period -case word cmdren *.* -sp -sf u p -c w For image files replace 'dsc00' substring with 'Island Trip ' cmdren *.jpg *.tif -replace all "dsc00" "Island Trip " cmdren *.jpg *.tif -r a "dsc00" "Island Trip " Rename mp3 files to 'Artist - Title' using Id3v1, Id3v2 tags. cmdren *.mp3 -mp3 common arti cmdren *.mp3 -mc arti cmdren *.mp3 -mp3 free "" artist " - " title "" cmdren *.mp3 -mf "" ar " - " ti ""
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