Ron’s Renamer renames batches of files and folders simultaneously, using rules like search and replace. Batches of files can be from 10's up to 1000's, spanning multiple directories with an unlimited number of rules that can be combined in any way to achieve the result you want.
What can be perceived as a difficult job, Ron's Renamer makes batch renaming quick, safe and easy by building renaming operations from any of 15 simple renaming rules, including Exif and MP3 tag extraction.
Renaming batches of files simultaneously allows folders to be kept clean and sorted in a consistent way, thus making it ideal for keeping pictures or digital snapshots, music, movies, texts or any other type of files organized. Ron's Renamer makes this process safer thanks to the instant visual feedback feature, which shows you what will be renamed. It's made even safer thanks to the possibility of a full rollback after the renaming has been done, which will give you peace of mind when renaming precious files such as photos.
Ron's Renamer, although quick and easy-to-use, doesn't compromise on power thanks to the numerous rule combinations you can employ. More complex rule sets can even be saved, giving you instant access to the most frequently used renaming tasks.
So if you are looking for a program that can rename collections of music and photos, or even just give your documents a little Spring clean, then look no further than Ron's Renamer.
License entering issue fixed.
Terminal Server logging issue fixed.
Running instance detection changed to work on shared server.
Various bug fixes.