Help and Tips
Tips on how to organize files through the use of file renaming applications. Applications may support EXIF and MP3 tags, allowing for more automated renaming of photos and music.
#1: Freeware Panda Batch File Renamer for Windows
Panda Batch File Renamer offers a wide variety of rename options, and can show thumbnails of queued photos to help during the rename process.
#2: Freeware RenPhoric for Windows
Rename files with RenPhoric by editing the directory as if it was a text file. The software also supports find and replace with regular expressions.
#3: spacetornado Renamer for Windows
A free file renamer for Windows that performs basic operations - adding, replacing, and removing text, as well as changing text case.
#4: Rename Files Using Metadata Via RenameMaestro
RenameMaestro can perform multi-step file renaming, supporting a wide variety of file metadata including MP3 ID3V1 and ID3V2 tags.
#5: Rapid File Renamer for Windows
Rapid File Renamer allows you to rename a group of files using a visual File Name Designer.
#6: Rename Us from Vitaliy Levchenko
Copy or rename files via Rename Us, featuring a wizard-based interface as well as an advanced Expression builder.
#7: Advanced Renamer for Windows
Advanced Renamer is a free file rename package for Windows that supports batches of files from multiple directories.
#8: Freeware Bulk File Renamer for Windows with Regular Expression Support
Bulk Rename Utility for Windows lets you rename a group of files with many options including regular expression support. ID3 and EXIF tags can be read to assist in the renaming.
#9: Sherrod Computers File Renamer Basic
Organize files by renaming them with File Renamer Basic. Filenames can include MP3 tags (ID3v1, ID3v2) or EXIF data.
#10: Rename Files, Add JPG and MP3 Properties to Filenames with Rename Master
Rename Master is a file renaming utility for Windows that can add JPG and MP3 properties to filenames.
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The MalekTips website was created in 1998 by Andrew Malek of Envision Programming. The page's goal is to freely disperse computer-related tips, hints, and informative articles. Tips are organized to be easy to find, and are presented clearly, in easy-to-understand language. MalekTips also provides information and links to public-domain, open source, freeware, shareware, and commercial software available for download. < more >