Renaming Picture Files
Through contents of this textbox you set a "renaming
It will usually consist of some text you type in as a general
description for all selected pictures (e.g. "London") and a counter
symbol "[C]" that is always necessary for renaming more than
picture. So, if you enter "London [C]" here your pictures will be
renamed in the series of "London 001", "London 002", "London 003", ...
By using "[N]" symbol you can include the original
file name in the new name.
Current date is represented by "[YMD]" symbol.
Current time is represented by "[HMS]" symbol..
Counter, counter options
To use the counter enter "[C]" in the renaming mask.
counter options you can choose the number of digits to be used in the
counter and the program will automatically add leading zeros. You can
also set the start number and counting step.
Use this option to control the resulting file name
can leave it unchanged or tell the program to change all letters to
upper/lower case or make only the first letter in uppercase and all the
rest in lowercase.
Old/new file name table
This table shows you what will happen with file names
renaming. Original file names are displayed in the left column and new
names in the right. It is recommended that you scroll through the whole
list of file names to be sure that it is what you really want to do
because renaming can not be undone.