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Change File Extension Writing of many Files

Tutorial by Stefan Trost | 20/07/2016 at 15:32

I have a collection of countless files with file extensions that are written quite confused. For example, some files are ending with ".MP3", others with ".mp3", some even with ".Mp3". Now, I want that all extensions of all files should be written in an equal style (either all uppercase or all lowercase). Rewriting and renaming each file individually is too much work for me. What can I do?

Answer: With the FileRenamer you can rewrite and modify the file extension writing of multiple files simultaneously. The tool is available for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

  1. We can just drag and drop the files we want to change onto the program. It is also possible to add entire folders this way.
  2. Next, we can adjust what should be changed: For this, we are activating the option "Writing" in the section "Changes > Extension" on the right.
  3. Here, we can specify how the writing of the extension should be changed: first character uppercase (Abc), all letters uppercase (ABC), all letters lowercase (abc) or random (abc).
  4. In the file list, the column "Preview" is showing the future name of the files. If you are satisfied with this, you can click on "Apply Changes" in order to rename all files accordingly.

By the way, the application File Renamer can not only rename the writing of file extensions and file names. With the other options, you can also change filenames in other various ways.

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