Renaming a large number of files is quite annoying in Windows, as there are almost no configuration options for this. For photos alone, each device, like a cell phone or digital camera, uses a different naming scheme, making for perfect chaos.
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Ascomp F-Rename – Rename thousands of files in no time
so there in Ascomp F rename practical functions like “Numbering”, with which you can add consecutive numbers to all the selected files. In Windows Explorer, a digit in parentheses is added to the end by default, something like:
- Spain holidays (1)
- Spain holidays (2)
- SpainHolidays (3)
The “Date” method is recommended for images, as the date the photo was taken is used as the file name; this allows you to sort through large numbers of files more quickly in Windows Explorer without first displaying columns such as the date the photo was taken. taken or the date it was created.
For music, F-Rename also offers a tagging mode, thanks to which you can edit the MP3 tags of songs down to the smallest detail. Just add the artist name, song title, genre, and year of release. This way you can find all the songs on your phone faster.
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