Do you have a group of files you need to rename or force into a new naming convention on Mac OS? Then NameChanger for Mac is your best bet. NameChanger application helps to change the name of a list of files quickly and easily. It comes as a free utility that can handle the batch rename job for you. It offers full support for regular expressions, mismatched files types, and formatting changes. Installation is simple and fast, and the app is easy to configure as well. Once you are done with the installation, drag all of the files you want to rename into the left pane of the app, and then give the app the logic you want it to apply to your files. It allows you to add or insert text at a specific spot in the original filename while you can also remove, replace, or move text from one place to another. NameChanger for Mac also allows the replacement and removal of specified characters, trailing spaces, and vowels. In addition, the program houses an Image Browser for visual reordering of photos, thereby reducing the workload of your project.
For users who work on a lot of files, there is a possibility to run into problems with the file names occasionally. For example, if you have tons of image files with less-than-descriptive or confusing titles, you would want to rename them in a more useful and descriptive way to make them easy to locate and access. Doing this manually might take a lot of time depending on how voluminous your files are, and for this reason, you need to find a better and quicker way to rename each file accordingly, something that NameChanger for Mac does best.
NameChanger from MRR software is a utility program developed to help rename your list of files based on the most common patterns like replace, delete, append sequence, append date or even using wildcards and regular expressions. NameChanger for Mac installation process only requires you to drop the app into the Applications folder, and you are good to go. As soon as you launch the app, you will be welcomed with a clean, tidy, and easy-to-navigate user interface.
Basic renaming does not take time. The app allows you to hide file extensions, change case, append or prepend characters and more. After this, you care now able to rename your files sequentially and conditionally based on the original file name. While the renaming process is going on, the app allows you to preview the changes in the right pane before committing them. The program works effectively on Mac OS X 10.7 or later running on Intel 64-bit processor.