Straightforward batch renaming tool featuring an intuitive workflow
Right off the bat, you must select the items you want to process in a Finder window and then launch the PowerRenamer application. Within the app’s main window you will be able to establish the renaming rules, preview the effect, and then actually perform the change by pressing the “OK” button.
To further simplify the process, PowerRenamer also offers you the possibility to apply previously defined renaming patterns: this way, the entire process is reduced to a few mouse clicks.
Includes basic but efficient search and rename capabilities that can be applied to your own files
Within the PowerRenamer main window you have the possibility to use various search and replace rules: contains, starts / ends with (enables you to add prefixes or suffixes), or regular expression. At the same time, you can use PowerRenamer to add numbers to file names (the numbering is determined by the order in the Finder).
In addition, within the PowerRenamer Help documentation, you can find a list with all the supported regular expressions. PowerRenamer is making use of the RegexKitLite engine, which means that you will be able to integrate custom data strings.
Simple yet powerful batch renaming utility that can perform basic tasks
PowerRenamer can help you change the name of any file or folder selected in the Finder window without having to deal with complex tools or make complicated adjustments. The app allows you to add prefixes or suffixes, can replace certain text strings, can insert numbers, and allows you to integrate certain regular expressions.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan on August 11th, 2014
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- Fixed Japanese localization (Thanks to fix-san).
- Added a margin at the topside of the table in the preview drawer. (Thanks to fix-san).
- If a file is droped on texefields, a file name instead of a file path will be inputted (Thanks to fix-san).
Application descriptionPowerRenamer is a free application that will help you to change names of selected items in Finder by searching and rep...