Give those camera images meaningful names! MultiRename renames a block of files with sequential names. Just select the files you want to rename, drag them to the MultiRename window and type the new name.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Description: Give those camera images meaningful names! MultiRename lets you rename a block of files with sequential names. It's great for digital camera image files that have a meaningless name when downloaded from the camera. Just select the files you want to rename, drag them to the MultiRename window and type the new name.
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