Portable Inviska Rename 10.0

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Portable Inviska Rename 10.0
File Size: 12.67 MB
Changing the name of large file collections is both tedious and boring but, fortunately, there are applications that can carry out the task for you without too much of a hassle. Inviska Rename is one of them. Side-by-side comparison of the initial names and the new ones This particular application comes in handy if you need to assign meaningful names to documents, music, photos, and any other types of files, as well as folders on your computer. It enables you to build a custom name pattern you are comfortable with, thus organizing your data repository efficiently, regardless of its content. The main window of Inviska Rename is split into two separate panels, one for viewing the original names, and the other for previewing the changes. In other words, you have a “before and after” comparison mode to check out the new names before changes are applied. For your convenience, the files whose names will be changed are highlighted in red.
Build your custom name pattern with various options There are various ways you can modify the original names. Inviska Rename enables you to replace the entire name with a string, meaning you can create completely new denominations, totally unrelated to the initial ones. To make it easy for you to build the name pattern, Inviska Rename comes with a set of predefined tags for music, exif data, and various file attributes, which can be inserted into any editable field with a click. Alternatively, you can replace certain words and insert new text in the name either at the beginning or at a specified position, add prefixes and suffixes, and crop sections of the name or a number of characters. Moreover, the application can change the case of words and add numbering to your files, which is particularly handy if you are renaming sequences of files. Inviska Rename can also modify the file extension in batch mode, featuring exactly the same options as mentioned above.
Time-saving batch renamer for both files and folders An application such as Inviska Rename can be a real asset to you if you plan on organizing large amounts of data. It can change the names of your files in batch mode, which means your job will be done in a few minutes, rather than hours.
Insert, remove and replace text in filename or extension
Rename using music tag information, such as mp3 ID3v2 tags, FLAC tags and other audio tags
Rename using Exif information digital photographs
Rename using file creation or modification date
Automatically number files for easy ordering
Change filename to uppercase, lowercase, title case or sentence case
Filter items to be renamed based on extension, selection, files only or folders only
Save common rename settings for frequent tasks
Undo previous rename operation to restore original filenames
Show/hide hidden files to include/exclude them rename operations
Navigate through directories in preview list to locate the files you wish to rename
Easily see which filenames will be changed with highlighting of modified filenames in the preview pane
View tags present in file (Exif screenshot, Music screenshot) and edit music tags before renaming
Rename in any language thanks to full Unicode supportWhats New:Added regular expression based renaming – More advanced rename tasks can now be achieved via regular expressions. For details on enabling and using regular expressions see
Saved renames now save case-sensitvity – The state of the case sensitive compare setting (toolbar top right) is now saved with the rename settings, and will be restored when you load a saved rename. If you don’t wish this setting to be saved you can disable this feature by unchecking “Save and restore case sensitivity with saved renames” in the Rename section of the Preferences dialog.
Saved renames now save active tab – The active rename settings tab will is now stored with saved renames, and the tab will be activated when you load a rename. This feature can be disabled by unchecking “Save and restore active tab with saved renames” in the Rename section of the Preferences dialog.
Fixed name change highlighting – When rows in the table were selected, items in the Preview table where not correctly coloured to indicate they would be renamed because the selection colour overrode the rename highlighting colour. This has been fixed, so files to be renamed are now correctly highlighted in your chosen colour even when selected in the table.
Adjusted row selection highlighting behaviour – The above change could lead to situations where it was hard to read the text. To compensate, the row selection behaviour has been changed so that rows in the Current Name table are always highlighted in the active widget selection colour and rows in the Preview table will always be highlighted in the inactive widget selection colour. This new behaviour feels more consistent in general since the selection colour used in the two tables is now constant.


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