Rename X
Rename X
1.4.0

4.3

Rename X free download for Mac

Rename X

1.4.0
04 October 2019

Hassle-free file renaming application.

Overview

Use Rename X to change names of many files at once. You can replace the file name, add the date, number a series of files and more. Use the instant preview of all new names to test various configurations before actually renaming your files.

Rename X features the undo of renaming any file in your history!

Rename X is updated regularly based on user input.

Important note for users of the old version of the Rename app from the early 2010’s!

Delete the old version before installing the new Rename X app from the Mac App Store.

What's new in Rename X

Version 1.4.0:
  • New: Archive for missing files
  • Improved History
  • Fixes and optimisations

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Markie205
23 November 2013

Most helpful

Very good and intuitive. Would like to see two pref changes to make work even easier, 1. Allow users to select default for extension case (i.e, upper or lower). I always have to change from upper to lower, so would like Rename to do this automatically if I select that preference. 2. Allow users to select default for Before/After. Default now is Before, but I always use After. Those changes would allow me to do everything without picking up mouse (which slows work flow). But thank you to developer for a great product. --
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Version 1.7.0
malleoniss
30 March 2017
There is a problem with the function "Find". Said I am finding for "ee" and repalcing it with "uu" on the folder name of "tee see fee" It will search for the match from left, and once found the match, it will not bother about the rest. The result will be "tuu see fee"
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Version 1.7.0
2 answer(s)
Big Johnson
Big Johnson
05 March 2019
malleoniss,

I think it prolly can't believe anyone would really name a folder "tee see fee," thus it only performs the bare minimum.

Try replacing the "u's" in a folder named "rub-a-dub-dub, three men in a tub."

Or all the "e's" in "Lesser leather never weathered wetter weather better."

Then the "ou's" in "could you, would you, with a goat?"

Lemme know how that goes for ya - I'll gladly post more snippets if you need 'em ;-)
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Pathos
Pathos
30 August 2019
Hi malleoniss, check out version 1.3, find and replace is much improved
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Version 1.3.0
Hotscientist
07 March 2016
What is it with this horrible MacUpdate installer? Allegedly installs Rename in the Application folder (but it doesn't appear there) but then comes a window trying to change one of the scripts on the Mac???
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Version 1.7.0
Freenergy
30 December 2015
fantastica
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Version 1.7.0
Hugo-and-Luigi
30 July 2015
Simple, efficient, and free.
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Version 1.7.0
jer74
22 May 2015
Downloaded but then deleted. Unnecessary as Yosemite now has batch renaming built-in using Finder. Just search on the web for how-to's.
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Version 1.7.0
1 answer(s)
Pathos
Pathos
30 August 2019
Hi, jer74, you are right, renaming is build in MacOs these days. We like previewing batch renaming before pushing OK.
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Version 1.3.0
porg
26 February 2015
-- Window width is limited to ridicous 600 pixels, this limits the file name preview table radically! - No RegEx - UI not Retina compatible, but Retinizer successfully scales up the resolution. + Feature to add to Spotlight comment. (Never saw this in a batch renaming tool before) Either the old name or another arbitrary string.
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Version 1.7.0
Quirop-Pa
26 November 2014
Simple, intuitiva y eficaz. Además, gratis. La mejor.
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Version 1.7.0
danielarts
19 November 2014
The best rename app and free!
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Version 1.7.0
Makosuke
03 November 2014
This is a great little app of the "just works" variety. It's not fancy, but it quickly and efficiently batch renames large numbers of files very easily, with clearly labeled options, and a clear display of what the results of the rename operation will be before you do it. There's really only one feature I personally would love to see added: The ability to append a random string of letters/numbers (or, heck, just numbers) to filenames. That's something that even the new Yosemite batch rename command can't do, and the terminal commands for it are a bit on the hairy side.
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Version 1.7.0
Markie205
23 November 2013
Very good and intuitive. Would like to see two pref changes to make work even easier, 1. Allow users to select default for extension case (i.e, upper or lower). I always have to change from upper to lower, so would like Rename to do this automatically if I select that preference. 2. Allow users to select default for Before/After. Default now is Before, but I always use After. Those changes would allow me to do everything without picking up mouse (which slows work flow). But thank you to developer for a great product. --
Like (4)
Version 1.7.0
$.99

4.3

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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