R-Name
R-Name 3.1
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R-Name is a free batch file renaming utility. You simply drag 'n drop files (or folders) onto R-Name and they are automatically renamed based on your settings. You can even preview the changes before actually renaming the files. The source code is available.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later






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+5
Ahammer commented on 06 Dec 2012
Found the Intel-compiled version but it doesn't seem to work in Mountain Lion... sigh... hate to say goodbye to this!
[Version 3.0]


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Jimleff commented on 27 Jul 2012
The app has been abandoned, but another developer updated it to v.3.1 and it works GREAT!

Info and (free) download here: http://www.jacek-dom.net/software/R-Name/
[Version 3.0]


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Macgruder reviewed on 25 Jul 2011
Brilliant and free.
You can get hold of it here:
http://www.box.net/shared/riqei9vpnl
including source code.

or directly here for an Intel Version:
http://movieconverter.online.fr/DL/R-NameUB.zip
[Version 3.0]


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McHerve commented on 28 May 2009
"R-NameUB.zip is no longer [...]"
oops! you're right, I certainly delete it by mistake
so it's back at the same address ;)
[Version 3.0]


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anotheruser commented on 04 Apr 2009
R-NameUB.zip is no longer on http://movieconverter.online.fr.

If I hadn't have recently lost my backup copy, I would post it myself. Anyone else have it to post?
[Version 3.0]


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McHerve commented on 06 Aug 2007
link seems to dispears from my previous "review": http://movieconverter.online.fr/DL/R-NameUB.zip
[Version 3.0]


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McHerve reviewed on 06 Aug 2007
an unofficial UniversaryBinary can be found here. I don't make any support but it seems to work both on PPC and intel. Enjoy (and read the ReadMe ;)) bye
[Version 3.0]


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xSmurf reviewed on 17 May 2007
This app kicks ass! I couldn't live with it!
You get a 4 on stability because a universal binary would be greatly appreciated!
[Version 3.0]

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xSmurf replied on 17 May 2007
My bad, I just downloaded the source and built an Intel version for myself ^.^ Thanks you!
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Me2 reviewed on 20 Oct 2006
I've been using this for years now: I love it. It never fails and it does just exactly what it says it does.
I even gave to UNICEF: I just wish the reminder would go away. Thank you for such a jewel.
[Version 3.0]


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Marc Edwards reviewed on 15 Oct 2006
Even though OS X 10.4's Automator handles some batch file renaming, it falls short in a few places (removing a specific number of chars from the start of a file name etc)...

I used R-Name prior to 10.4, and I'll continue to use it for a while by the look of it.

Well done. A simple app that works.
[Version 3.0]


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Andrew.r had trouble on 18 Sep 2010
Here is an Intel version, working on 10.6 and opens way faster than the PPC version:

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?1qvyvzwws74chbu
[Version 3.0]

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Jimleff replied on 07 Nov 2010
Bless you, Andrea R!
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Fredducker had trouble on 11 Jun 2010
The link is dead :'(
[Version 3.0]



mackarma rated on 11 May 2013

[Version 3.1]


Downloads:67,750
Version Downloads:7,576
Type:Utilities : File Management
License:Free
Date:20 Sep 2004
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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R-Name is a free batch file renaming utility. You simply drag 'n drop files (or folders) onto R-Name and they are automatically renamed based on your settings. You can even preview the changes before actually renaming the files. The source code is available.


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