What if you want to rename a doze files? Or, a hundred files. The simple Finder-based file rename process suddenly became a tedious chore. There’s got to be a better way to rename a larger number of files with just a few clicks.
There is. Among the many Mac apps that rename files, perhaps the best and most flexible is A Better Finder Rename. Yes. That’s the app’s name. I know, right?
Fortunately, A Better Finder Rename has magic beyond the app’s name. What you get are more than a dozen different renaming categories on a single app window– text, character, truncation, suffix, prefix, extensions, numbering and much more.
Why all the complexity simply to rename files from the Mac’s Finder?
A Better Finder Rename can rename files by the dozens, hundreds, or thousands, and do it almost instantly and with a preview check. You know, just to make sure the change is what you want.
But there’s more.
A Better Finder Rename renames photo files in every major file format. It can rename MP3 files and edit the ID3 metadata tags. That makes it great for photographers and musicians to name rename or renumber files by the gazillions.
It comes with presets so you can get started quickly, but droplets also mean you can customize a preset for your needs then simply drag and drop files that need to be renamed. The resulting renamed files are renamed almost instantly.
The problem with renaming files in the Mac’s Finder is that it’s only an easy process for a few files. A Better Finder Rename makes it just as easy for a thousand files that need a different name, suffix, prefix, extension, or number.
This is a mature, feature laden utility that’s actually easy to use right away, but professionally priced.