Rename multiple files easily

It’s very fast and simple!

This software will allow you to easily rename multiple files and file extensions.

For advanced users and developers, it is possible to use regular expressions.

Available in English and Spanish.

Requirements: JRE 6 or higher.

Downloads

Version 1.6.0

Windows

Mac OS X

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Screenshots

Example of a massive file renaming
Example of a massive file renaming
Example of a massive file extension renaming
Example of a massive file extension renaming

Settings

It is possible to change the app skin by selecting one of the Substance skins from the application context menu.

In addition, you can set the default values for the Find and Replace with fields. In order to do that, you need to edit the file config.ini and set the values for Field.DefaultFind and Field.DefaultReplace, respectively.

Contributions

You can contribute with translations.
The property files are located in src/com/ivanrf/renamer/resources. Use Labels.properties as a reference.

Also, it would be nice if someone could test it under any OS other than Windows or Linux (Ubuntu) and tell me if it works as expected.

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  • Raj
    Reply

    Really good software, make my life so easy for renaming big batches of files. Suggestion – It would good if you display a message how many files have renamed after click replace button as confirmation (with count).

  • waddah
    Reply

    helped me a lot .. God bless you

  • Lucian
    Reply

    Thank you so much!

  • Nuno
    Reply

    This is a very nice software.

    I can translate the resource files into Portuguese with no problem.

    As a matter of fact, it was so short and simple, that I already have the file ready to be sent to you. Just need to know how I should do it.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Nuno, you can make a Pull Request on GitHub, or just send me the file by mail after I contact you.
      Thanks for taking the time to translate it! 😃

      • Nuno
        Reply

        Ivan, I already sent to you the file by email (really don’t know how to upload it on GitHub).
        No problem at all in translating the sentences. It’s really almost nothing and it is in my opinion the minimum that I could do to contribute to this very nice software.
        If in the future you have some further development and there are some more entries to be translated, feel free to send me an email.

  • Koziola
    Reply

    Perfect! Saves so much time. Easy to use.

  • Mafu
    Reply

    Amazing Software. Fast and Clean and very user friendly. Thanks.

  • Michael
    Reply

    Thanks Ivan, did exactly what I needed, simple and easy to use.

  • Jags
    Reply

    Ivan, thank you so much for creating this program and making it available for free. Massive File Renamer was a life saver for me on Windows 7.

    I did however encounter some problems after I upgraded to Windows 10, but I couldn’t find any information on how to fix my problem. I figured it out but I thought I would comment here to troubleshoot for other folks who may be in the same situation.

    Problem:
    After installing Massive File Renamer, whenever I tried to open the Massive File Renamer program by clicking on the icon or by selecting it in the Start Menu it would open WinRAR and not open the actual program. After coming back to your website again, I realized that I needed to download the newest Java, which I did. Yet, when I clicked on the icon the program still wouldn’t open properly, just WinRAR. I had used the program on Windows 7 with zero problems in the past, so I knew the program was legit.

    Solution:
    The program file is MassiveFileRenamer.jar, and my default program to open .jar files was set to WinRAR. To fix the problem, you need to download and install the newest Java and install Massive File Renamer, then right click on the icon, next click “Open with”, and finally click “Java(TM) Platform SE Binary”. The program should open correctly.

    You can set the default program to open .jar files to Java by right clicking on the icon, then click “Open with”, next click “Choose another app”, now click the box next to “Always use this app to open .jar files”, make sure Java is highlighted in blue, and finally click on “OK”. The problem should be fixed and hopefully should not reoccur.

    Ivan please feel free to copy and paste this explanation to any troubleshooting FAQ you may create in the future. I’m happy to help you out since your program has saved me so much time. Thanks again.

    • Ivan
      Reply

      Thanks Jags for the report! What happened to you is a known issue with Java applications, but it is always good to explain how to solve it. 👍

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