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   Last updated: July 24, 2012

 

 

 

 

 

NameRanger

 

Mac software NameRanger

 

Description:

 

NameRanger is a simple application that will let the user batch-rename existing files in a particular folder systematically.  Just open a folder (Choose File > Open or click on the Open toolbar and drag and drop a source folder onto the drop box.) where you have files to rename, configure name settings and click on the Change button.  What you see under New file names is what you will get.  So you can work on new file names in a non-destructive way.  When you finally click on Execute, NameRanger will alter the names of the existing files in the source folder precisely according to Column 2.  Pretty simple...

 

 


 

What NameRanger does not do

 

NameRanger is designed such that it will alter the names of the existing files in the source folder.  It will not duplicates files into a new folder.


 

Screenshots:

 

Mac software NameRanger

Opening a folder

 

Mac software NameRanger

Renaming files
     

Mac software NameRanger

Saving name settings

 

 

 

 


 

Trial version:

 

A demo/trial version is available.

 

  • Click on the button to download a demo/trial version of NameRanger for Mac OS X 10.6.  Mac video tutorials

 



 

System requirements:

 

  • Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 or 10.8 with Intel Mac (Intel Mac) only

 

 


 

Purchasing NameRanger license:

 

 

Purchasing a single license of NameRanger 1.0

 

Mac App Store

Available at Mac App Store only as NameRanger

 

日本国に在住の方はこのソフトは購入することができません。

 

 

 


 

Version History:

 

1.0.0 to 1.1.0 (August 8, 2011)

  1. When the user saves user settings, they will be reminded that data has been saved with the Notice window. Enable the checkbox labeled Don't show Notice in Preferences if you don't need this confirmation.
  2. The application will count in real time the number of existing files in the selected folder. If no existing file is found in the selected folder, the Execute button will be grayed out.
  3. Choose File > Reload to update the current file names column with the files found in the selected folder.
  4. If the user enables the Reload checkbox, the application will automatically update the current file names after executing name changes.
  5. Click on a button below the top edit field to see the path of the source folder in a separate window.
  6. Several other minor changes and improvements are made.

 

NameRanger is a product of MacHouse.