vRenamer
vRenamer
1.5.8

4.8

vRenamer free download for Mac

vRenamer

1.5.8
25 February 2014

Batch rename files.

Overview

vRenamer is an easy-to-use mass renamer with a lot of options. It's able to insert, remove, and replace strings, extract audio and images metadata, write audio metadata, change length, numbrering, undo/redo, and much more.
  • Insert, remove, replace, transform, organize in folders...
  • Regular expresions supported.
  • Save and load your profiles.
  • Rename media files with their metadata, and write mp3 metadata.
  • Preview before renaming.
  • Search in subfolders.
  • Copy to other folder instead of renaming.
  • Preview jpg files.
  • Sort files before renaming.
  • Undo and redo.
  • Create a log and recover previous renamings.

What's new in vRenamer

Version 1.5.8:
  • Selection method is done through checkboxes now
  • Files can be renamed manually (good for fine tuning)
  • Ability to change timestamps
  • Info panel warns about errors and allow to browse wrong files
  • Some changes in import log tool
  • Some cosmetic changes in GUI
  • As always, bugs fixed

Requirements for vRenamer

  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later

7 vRenamer Reviews

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Jazzyguy
25 February 2014

Most helpful

Perfect,Just what I was looking for!
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Version 1.5.8
Mdewakanton
05 April 2016
Please update the requirements: since version 1.5.6 jre is embedded, so no Java installation is needed.
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Version 1.5.8
ancbedran
18 September 2015
EXCELENT App - Being a Mac user only since 2009 I was really looking for such a complete renamer - my ability of using regular expressions are still growing but I am quite happy about the App. - I would like to ask something, if possible and make at the same time an observation: Using it on an iMac (big screen) is a complete experience but I tried the same version (even the same dmg installer @ the same Mac OSX on MacBook Air with 11' screen and it did not show the bottom to rename - the "Tag Audio File" section. This bottom exists at the right extreme corner of the App window and is visible only on the big iMac screen side by side with the "clean" bottom to refresh the tags adjustments - it simply does not show - I have changed the position of the Dock so I could expand the App window at its maximum size or even expanded it to the whole screen an nothing worked until now. Thanks in advance!!
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Version 1.5.8
Jazzyguy
26 February 2014
I just had toad another comment that is FREE AS IN BEER!
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Version 1.5.8
Jazzyguy
25 February 2014
Perfect,Just what I was looking for!
Like (1)
Version 1.5.8
CarlosV8306
09 November 2013
Those with earlier versions than Lion should download this file: http://sourceforge.net/projects/vrenamer/files/1.5.6/vRenamer_1.5.6_jre1.6.dmg
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Version 1.5.6
1 answer(s)
MacUpdate-Nick
MacUpdate-Nick
10 November 2013
Thanks for providing this link to the users. We've added a Related Link for this version of vRenamer.
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Mdewakanton
09 November 2013
Maybe the requirements are not correct. Version 1.5.6 crashes on startup on 10.6.8 and I think it's because the developer embedded java 1.7.0, not compatible with SL afaik. I've posted in the support forums, but as I appear to be the very first poster, thought I'd report here too. I love this app, the best free option, imho.
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Version 1.5.6
1 answer(s)
Mdewakanton
Mdewakanton
09 November 2013
Very quickly solved: see Reviews/Comments tab. Thanks to the developer!
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mwang
09 November 2013
The only one that allows me to copy a list of filenames to a text editor, prepare the names there, copy the new names to clipboard, and then rename from clipboard. With a good editor, this is usually the most efficient way (sometimes the only way) to rename a bunch of files that don't share a common pattern. I took a half star off because I still need to copy original filenames from Path Finder, not within this utility.
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Version 1.5.6
1 answer(s)
CarlosV8306
CarlosV8306
10 November 2013
Thank you for the feedback. Glad to hear you find the app useful. But actually you can use vRenamer as a browser, and have the files loaded without Finder. Just go to "View" and untick "Drop Mode". Furthermore, if you click on "Path" hidden button, you will get a dialog to select the desired folder. Finally, you can simply copy/paste a route onto the path box. Hope it helps
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