Siren Renamer 3.14

A file renaming application for Linux
Siren Renamer is an open source and graphical and command-line file renaming utility that also allows users to move and copy files.

Siren can use a lot of information associated with the respective files, such as base name, name, dos name, extension, date, time, size, paths, selection number, etc.

Siren Renamer is a cross-platform application and runs under Linux and Windows operating system. It requires GTK2 or later.

last updated on:
December 28th, 2013, 11:01 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Scarabee Software
license type:
GPL v3 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ File managers

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Siren Renamer - The main window, where users can effortlessly rename filesSiren Renamer - The General tab of the Preferences dialog, where users can choose the system language and if they want the app to extract metadata from filesSiren Renamer - The Display tab of the Preferences dialog, where users can set up several settings related to what the app will displaySiren RenamerSiren RenamerSiren RenamerSiren RenamerSiren RenamerSiren RenamerSiren Renamer
What's New in This Release:
  • New features:
  • File type "auto detection" for wrong or unknown file extensions:
  • New column : "Detected Type" (not displayed by default)
  • New variable "Detected Type" : %yd
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