Renaming a file is no big deal; but when you have to rename a bunch of them simultaneously, it's a different story. In those cases, you need a tool like Métamorphose.
With Métamorphose you can easily rename hundreds of files with a minimum effort. The program features a clear interface divided into four tabs, each of them devoted to a different purpose: picking the files or folders you want to rename, tweaking the actual renaming options, sorting the files in a variety of ways and finally checking for any error messages or warnings that the program may display.
It sounds confusing, but Métamorphose is in fact very easy to use. The most important tab is 'Renamer', where you actually create the new name for your files. Métamorphose supports several renaming methods (inserting a custom string, moving text, replacing certain characters and swapping elements around, among others) and you can use as many of them as you want simultaneously.
To make things even easier for you, Métamorphose lets you preview your renamed files at all times – before actually renaming them – and lets you also undo the renaming operation in case something goes wrong.
Métamorphose is a complete free renaming tool with plenty of options.
- Fix bug with duplicate rename (ticket 3095633)
- Fix bug with config file load/save (ticket 3148071)
- Fix bug with removing items from error panel
- Preferences dialog now uses toolbar
- Start using better centralized variable storage
- Minor bugfixes
- Translation updates