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DirEdit 1.3

Rename multiple files by editing their file names like in a text editor.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 23, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows Vista/XP/2000/98
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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DirEdit is a System Utilities software developed by Bart Groot. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for DirEdit:

Edit By BS Editor: This program can be used to text-edit the FileNames of a directory in Windows.
The filenames become editable in a text field. This way, Batch renaming files becomes very easy, because you can Copy, paste replace (parts of the) filenames. The files will only actually be renamed when the 'Rename files' button is clicked.

DirEdit features:
Use a file filter (with * and ? as wildcards) to select only the (sorted) files in a directory that you want to rename
Replace all occurrence of a string with another string (optional case sensitivity)
Append a string to the beginning or end of each filename
Delete first or last n characters of each filename
Remove or add text at a specified position in each filename
4 different ways of lower-case/upper-case formattings to apply
Possibility of numbering of filenames
Choice of including or excluding the extensions in the editable list of file names
Allows copying text from other programs (such as an episode list of a tv-series) into DirEdit
An example of something you can do with DirEdit (advanced):
Select all Movie files in a directory (*.avi) and hide File Extension
Use the Replace and other text functions to make all names the same nice format
Click Rename files to rename the movie files
Click Select files to select the new neat file names
Press Ctrl-A then Ctrl-C to copy the file names
Set the file filter to *.srt (subtitle files)
Press Ctrl-A then Ctrl-V to paste the neat file names over the subtitle file names

Click Rename files to rename the subtitle files (because the hidden file extensions the files will still be .srt files, but apart from their extension the filenames will be exactly the same as the .avi files, which is neccessary for subtitle files to work)
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