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    Jason H0
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    Default how to do a mass rename of files?

    I have a long number of image files but unless i look at the exif i cannot make scent of the dates of the photo. Is there a program to let me do a mass rename of file name at the same time keeping the uniquity of the origin filenames? Thanks.

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    Try IrfanView.

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    I know InfanView can do batch rename. But not sure if it would reset the date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason H0
    I have a long number of image files but unless i look at the exif i cannot make scent of the dates of the photo. Is there a program to let me do a mass rename of file name at the same time keeping the uniquity of the origin filenames? Thanks.
    Why not rename them when you download from your camera?

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    Try here. I'm using "A.F.5 Rename your files", it's not bad, a little cumbersome but free.

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    search for multiren from cnet.

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    i'm using IrfanView 3.91 .. as recommended by a lot of fellow clubsnappers.. it's freeware and it's very easy to use. not only you can mass rename, you also can mass convert files (eg: TIFF to JPG, etc..)

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    i use breezebrowser.
    it can batch rename, and shows histogram.

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    Try ACDSee.

    I'm using Nion View 6.2.1.

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