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How to mass rename files and folders easily with open source, multi-platform Metamorphose

Metamorphose is an open source, multi-platform (Windows, Mac and Linux) program for batch renaming files and folders quickly. With this program you can easily rename MP3 files and photos based on their ID3 tags and EXIF data.

As a professional renaming tool for almost any situation, it allows many different renaming operations in a GUI.

Features include search and replace (with RE), insert, numbering, date/time, id3 & EXIF tag read, change length, get all files in sub-dirs, undo/redo, etc.

1. Here is an example to use the program: After installation, right click on a folder that contains sub folders or files and select ‘Rename with Metamorphose’.

2. Now select ‘Renamer tab’ and select which renaming operations you want to use by double-clicking or drag-and-dropping them and give necessary details.

3. If the preview looks OK then click the Go! button. At this point your selections will be renamed.

The program supports Windows, Linux and Mac Operating systems. Program’s homepage / Download.


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