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A Better Finder Rename 10.24

By publicspace  (Commercial Trial)
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A Better Finder Rename is a comprehensive renaming solution that will allow you to organize, rename and maintain your files; Simply drag the files you need to rename directly from the Finder into the large preview table or the application icon. The simple User Interface can support complex renaming tasks.

The application has an Instant Preview feature, which eliminates errors and helps you to locate the right settings quickly and accurately by providing as-you-type feedback.

KEY FEATURES INCLUDE

  • Advanced sequence number and date & time features: A Better Finder Rename can extract EXIF shooting date and time information from digital camera images and then exploit them in creating sequence numbers or adding time and date information to the file name. The application supports all major RAW formats; JPEG, CRW, CR2, THM, NEF, TIFF, RAJ, ORF , MRW, DNG, PEF and SRF.
  • Advanced naming features: Power users such as System Administrators and Web Masters can utilise the advanced features of the application, such as regular expression support, conversion to Windows NTFS/SMB compatible names and the ability to import file names from a database or spreadsheet.
  • Built-in MP3/AAC support: The application can exploit the id3 meta-data tags that are embedded in your music files to create naming schemes for your music collection. Meta-data information from MP3, AAC, FLAC, OGG, APE, M4V and iTunes music store files is supported.

Requirements: OS X 10.7 or later.

Title: A Better Finder Rename 10.24
Filename: ABFRX10.dmg
File size: 9.23MB (9,681,014 bytes)
Requirements: Mac OS X
Languages: Multiple languages
License: Commercial Trial
Date added: January 10, 2018
Author: publicspace
www.publicspace.net
MD5 Checksum: 08CD38B7C19CE6FD22DDAEEC9B55FE6A

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