A.F.5 Rename your files
A.F.5 makes it easy to rename many files at the same time. Drag and
drop your files from Microsoft® Windows® Explorer to the window of A.F.5,
build new filenames and click Rename.
Here are some examples of what you can do with A.F.5:
- Add a prefix or suffix to your filenames
- Replace a string in your filenames
- Cut characters from your filenames
- Change the extension of your files
- Convert your filenames to uppercase, lowercase, first letter uppercase, ...
- Add a counter to your filenames (file01.dat, file02.dat, file03.dat, ...)
- Add a file attribute (creation date, file size, ...) to your filenames
- Import new filenames from a text file
A.F.5 offers the following easy-to-use functions to build new filenames:
- insert any strings
- extract substrings
- replace strings
- insert counters (numerical and/or alphabetical)
- insert file attributes (size, creation date, ...)
- convert to uppercase, lowercase, ...
- import filenames.
A.F.5 comes with a comprehensive online help and many examples that explain how to use the rename functions.
While building new filenames, the program always gives a preview of the filenames that you will get. But the files are not renamed until you click the Rename button.
- You can undo the last rename action
- Create batch files for DOS with RENAME commands
- Keep a log of all your rename actions
- Assign a default value to every rename function
- Save your favorite rename settings.
New features in this release:
- Import filenames from a text file
- You can save an unlimited number of rename settings
- You can use command line parameters to start A.F.5 with files from specified directories
- A.F.5 was completely re-designed to improve its performance when working with a large number of files.