Transnomino offers a set of renaming actions, ranging from simple text
replacements to more complex replacements using Regular Expressions
and insertions of text based on attributes of the files.
Any number of these renaming actions can be placed in sequence and you
can directly preview the results while you create them.
Currently it supports:
- Simple Find / Replace with wildcard (*) support
- Find / Replace with Regular Expressions
- Case changes like Upper/lower-case and Capitalize
- Removal of diacritics (e.g. converting é to e)
- Prefix, to add text to the beginning of filenames
- Suffix, to add text to the end of filenames
- Set, to directly set the filenames to a specific value
Each of the renaming actions can operate on the Filename, Path or
Extension of the files.
Use Path renaming to organize your files in directories based on the
Or maybe organize your photos in different directories by date and GPS
Address. Anything is possible.
File Attributes like date-created, ID3 and EXIF data can be added to
the filename or path as well.
Dates can be formatted exactly the way you want it by either selecting
one of the pre-set formats or to specify your own.
For images containging EXIF GPS coordinates the Latitude and Longitude
coordinates can be used to look-up Address information like Street,
City and Country.
For a complete list of supported File Attributes, see the
Change the case of filenames:
- ALL UPPERCASE
- all lowercase
- Capitalize Each Word
- Capitalize first word of the filename
Numbering can be added to the beginning or end of the filename.
It's possible to exactly specify the number of digits to allow for
better sorting of the files by filename.
The numbering can start from any number and it is possible to skip
numbers as well.
The files in the list can be sorted or manually dragged and dropped to
change the order.
Need more specialised text manipulations?
Transnomino supports the use of Regular Expressions, which allows for
more complex text manipulations.
And last but but not least, your favourite renaming sequences can be
saved as a recipe to be re-used later.