Feee Batch File Renamer Software in Linux Using KRename. Do you want rename your files recursively in Linux? This guide will provide how to install Krename and review about KRename.
Batch File Renamer Software in Linux Using KRename
From its official website, KRename is a powerful batch renamer for KDE which provide functionality ro rename hundreds or even more files in one click. The filenames can be changed by parts of the original filename, numbering the files or accessing hundreds of informations about the file, like creation date or Exif informations of an image.
With KRename, you can rename files, copy files, moving your files, Undo Renaming (via BASH Script), create shortcuts, and overwrite your files.
KRename Features Capability
- change order of files
- sort files in directories
- search and replace parts of filename (multiple)
- search and replace using regular expressions
- manual modifying of the resulting filename
- change filesname or extension in:
- lower case (e.g. krename.png)
- caps (e.g. KRENAME.PNG)
- first character in word to caps (e.g. Krename.png)
- numbering of files (start,steps,skips definable)
- add the current Date and time to a filename
- using substrings of the old filename
- create subdirectories while renaming
How to Install KRename – Batch Renamer Software
KRename is available on repository, so that you can install KRename through Linux Terminal by executing these command:
sudo apt-get install krename
Wait until installation complete, now you can open KRename after install by clicking Start/Menu >> Accessories >> KRename
KRename Review as A File Renamer Program for Linux
KRename is very useful for renaming pictures by number, it can do MP3s by tag and other stuff too. It also can rename a list of files based on a set of expressions. it can copy/move the files to another directory or simply rename the input files.