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Métamorphose for Linux (Debian, Ubuntu) v1.1.2

Open source
Métamorphose is a free, open source program to mass rename files and folders which combines great flexibility with an intuitive interface.

A profesional renaming tool for almost any situation, it has many powerful functions. Well suited for those that need to rename many files and/or folders on a regular basis. In addition to general usage operations, it is useful for photo and music collections, webmasters, programmers, legal and clerical, et cetera.

Main Features:
  • Preview every item to be renamed before comiting changes.
  • Load all files in directory and in subdirectories (recursive renaming).
  • Undo renaming operation in case of mistakes.
  • Regular expression support throughout.
  • Rename MP3 files according to their ID3 tags.
  • Rename image files according to their Exif tags.
  • Full unicode support means any character from any language can be used.
  • Use of all allowed characters under Windows and OSX, all except ':' in Linux.

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Métamorphose for Linux (Debian, Ubuntu) v1.1.2Filesize: 614.84 kB


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License type Open source1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 19 Nov 2009
Downloads 1,925
File size 614.84 kB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Linux1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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