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How to Batch Rename Files

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Why Need to Batch Rename Photos?

When you download a large number of images from internet or transfer photos from your digital camera to your computer, the names of the photos might have nothing to do with the event or scene that you were taking pictures of. Although you can rename the photos, renaming each photo manually is inconvenient and time-consuming especially when you are facing tons of photo files. So, batch rename photos might be a better solution.

How to Batch Rename Photos with Aoao Watermark for Photo

Use Aoao Watermark for Photo’s function of batch rename photos, any of you can fast rename photos at ease. The batch rename system is a powerful and flexible solution for users to rename photos orderly. If you need to rename 1000 photos with manual control which may take off one hour or more, but with Aoao Watermark for photo, this rename process maybe just need 1 minute.

Download and install Aoao Watermark for Photo, follow the simple steps below to batch rename photos.

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Step 1 Load Photos into Program

Launch Aoao Watermark for Photo, click “Add Files” or “Add Folder” to load photos which you want to rename. Then, click “Next Step” to step 2.

Step 2 Batch Rename Photos

Click “Rename” tab and then focus on the “Rename” area. There are 2 symbols are very important. The “*” symbol represents the original name of your photo. And “#” represents the alpha numeric counter. If you want to remain the original name, you can use “*” symbol.

Batch Rename Photo

When we load photos into the program, we can check the photo name information in the “List” area. Old Name is the original name. New Name is the rename result. We need go to “Rename” area to do rename operations. The rename is made of 2 parts, one is a fixed name at your will (If you want to remain the original name, input “*”.), the other one is increasing numeric value, which use “#” represents.

For example, if the old name of a photo is “Banner”. We need to rename it as Banner1, we can input “*#” in the “Rename box” and set the beginning point to “1”. If we want to rename it as “Photo1”, we can input “Photo#” in the “Rename box” and of course set the beginning point to “1”. If we need rename more than 100 photos with different names to Photo 1,2,3…, we can directly input “Photo#” in “Rename box” and set the beginning point to “1”, and Increasing numeric value as “1” either.

How about if I set the “Increasing numeric value” as 2? If we do that, the rename result will be Photo1, 3, 5…

In the “Addition Settings” area, you will find you can also set your photo name (for letters only), or even the file extension showing as capital or lowercase.

Additional Settings

After finish rename settings, click “Save to Layer” and then click “Next Step” to step 3.

Step 3 Run Batch Rename Photo Process

In the “Output “ setting interface, after setting output folder and output photo format, click “Run” button to start the batch rename photo process.

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