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ExtraRenamer: The Multiple File Renamer Giveaway

ExtraRenamer is a professional file and folder renaming tool for Windows, which suits almost any file renaming situation. You can rename multiple videos, pictures, photographs from your digital camera, MP3 music and folders using flexible file renaming option. It allows many different renaming operations.

You can add numeric counter, additional text, file date to the new file name. You can also remove unwanted characters, numbers and special symbols from the file name.

Key features of ExtraRenamer:

  • Rename ID3 tags - You can change ID3 tags such as Title, Artist, Album, Year, Genre for your MP3 music files.
  • Flexible file rename options - You can decide on whether to add a fixed length counter to file name, remove existing alphabets, numbers and spaces from file name. You can add additional text to file name or even replace existing text from all file names.
  • Rename Profile Settings - Once you decide on the rename file pattern, you can save and use it later on.
  • Export renamed files to a CSV file.This comes handy when you wish to use the file list inside any other program such as Microsoft Excel.

ExtraRenamer generally costs $11.96. Softpedia, the leading software portal giving away free license of ExtraRenamer 3.0 to all its users. Interested readers can go here to know more about the promotion and download.


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