KRename

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KRename
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Original author(s) Dominik Seichter
Initial release January 5, 2004 (2004-01-05)
Stable release 4.09 / January 1, 2012; 3 years ago (2012-01-01)[1]
Development status Current
Written in C++
Operating system Linux (with KDE)
Available in Multilingual
Type Batch renaming utility
License GPL v2
Website http://www.krename.net/

KRename is a KDE software that can be used for renaming multiple files and directories at one time. Many Linux distributions that use KDE as the default desktop environment include the KRename software[citation needed].

Features[edit]

  • Rename both files and directories
  • Rename all files in a dirctory recursively
  • Ignore hidden files when renaming
  • Case change: to UPPERCASE, to lowercase or Only The First Letter
  • Add prefix or postfix to filenames
  • Search and replace parts of filenames (regular expressions are supported)
  • Add ordered numbers to filenames (start, steps, skips definable)
  • Change owner and permission of files
  • Change access and modification date & time of files
  • Deliver the renamed files to newly created directories. (files per directory, numbering format of directories definable)
  • Extract ID3 info from MP3/ogg files
  • Extract Exif info from image files
  • Add the current date and time to a filename
  • Change file extensions
  • Undo renaming
  • Manual renaming of desired files
  • Konqueror, Krusader, Dolphin integration
  • Use JavaScript scripting
  • Transliterate

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