Batch rename files with all kinds of rules you defined and combine them to make infinite possibilities of rename rules!

Here are some key features of "BatchRename Pro":

Highlight rename features:
· Support EXIF data - rename digital camera pictures with the EXIF data information: Camera name, Digitized date, Original date time, ISO speed, Exposure time, Shutter speed, Lens aperture, F-Number, and more ...
· Support renaming files using their Shell detail properties - like what you see on the columns of Windows explorer, including video properties, audio properties and more ...
· Support for MP3 Tag ID3 v1 and v2, rename by music's Title, Album, Artist, Genre, BitRate, Frequency, SubTitle, Language, Comment, Copyright, Composer and etc,...
· Renaming picture files by their Image properties: resolution, color bits, type format.
· Renaming by the local date time format, or file's date time attribute.
· Insert specific length of digits ascending or descending based on defined order.
· Uppercase/lowercase the first letter of each word, and Uppercase / Lowercase / Remove any specific character in the filenames.
· Format the time code for a batch of FX picture filenames.
· Select destination output directory to store the renamed files.
· Truncate filename to a specific length.
· Build rename rules yourself, and combine them to make infinite kinds of rename rules.
· Favorite rename rules
· You can easily save and pick up your favorite renaming rules. Also, you may ask us to build renaming rules for you for free, and download them from to your favorite directory.

This function allow you view or play the selected file in the FileList in the "QuickView" window. So you can view the files quickly and decide which ones to be renamed. "QuickView" file types include:
· Picture files: .bmp; .jpg; .gif; .tif.
· Audio/Video files: .cda; .ivf; .aif; .aifc; .aiff; .asf; .asx; .wax; .wm; .wma; .wmd; .wmv; .wvx; .wmp; .wmx; .avi; .wav; .mpeg; .mpg; .m1v; .mp2; .mpa; .mpe; .mp2v; .mpv2; .mid; .midi; .rmi; .au; .snd; .mp3; .m3u; .vob; (*Need windows media player installed in your computer, it's free for download.)
· Flash files: .swf. (*Need Flash player installed in your computer, it's free for download.)
· Real media files: .rm; .ram (*Need Real player installed in your computer, it's free for download.)

Drag and Drop:
· It's easy to add files to the renaming list, just drag them anywhere and drop to BatchRename's files list.

Support windows shell context menu:
· The menu item "BatchRename files..." is added to the windows shell context menu after installation. By selecting some files in your windows explorer, right-click the files and select "BatchRename files" from the context menu, it will open "BatchRename 2" to rename the selected files.

Picture adjustment and editing:
· You can select the "PICADJUST" command to resize your photos to a specific size, and even rotate or flip them with a batch rename rule.

Picture conversion:
· By adding picture convert rules "PICCONVERT", you can easily convert the pictures to most popular format (bmp, jpg, gif, tif, png) and support JPEG quality control.

Rules builder:
· By selecting or typing rename command in the combo box, you can built up a rename rule flexibly. You can flexibly combine the rename rules including prefix and suffix (include date and digit), replace, remove, insert, uppercase and lowercase. Also, it support MP3 ID3 V1 and V2 Tag format renaming, and can rename pictures with the image properties.

Batch Copy/Move:
· Open a browse dialog, choose or input a path to copy/move the selected files to that path. If the path you entered does not exists, it will be created.

Preview Renaming:
· After you made up the FileList and the RuleList, you may want to preview the result to see whether it meet your goal before you decide to rename them. Yes, "BatchRename" provide you this function.

Undo Renaming:
· After you rename the files, you may want to cancel the the changes, and restore the old filenames. Use this Undo function, "BatchRename" can do it for you.

Load/Save Batch:
· The Filelist, RuleList and the result list even the Undo state can be saved to a file, so you can reuse the rules, review the file list or restore the old filenames by load the batch you saved.

Rename Log:
· After you apply the rule, you will see the result in the result list, by clicking the "Save log" button, a log file will be automatically generated, it record the detail date time and the result list.