Bulk Rename Utility Alternatives for Linux
- F2 helps you organise your filesystem through batch renaming so that your files and directories can have a consistent naming scheme.
- - F2 is the most popular Mac & Linux alternative to Bulk Rename Utility.
Renaming files or folders can be very cumbersome, especially if you want to rename a high number of files. But it is not necessary to click on every single file individually, make some changes just to take the same procedure at the next file!.
KRename is a powerful batch renamer for KDE. It allows you to easily rename hundreds or even more files in one go. The filenames can be created by parts of the original filename, numbering the files or accessing hundreds of informations about the file, like creation date or Exif...
Rename your files directly or with your favorite text editor, making use of all your 1337 keyboard shortcuts.
pyRenamer is a batch renamer for GTK desktops. With pyRenamer you can change the name of several files at the same time easily.
- You can use patterns to rename files.
- You can use search & replace to rename files.
- You can use common substitutions.
- You can manually ren.
Last version dated in 2008
Métamorphose is a batch renamer, a program to rename large sets of files and folders quickly and easily.
The last update was on April 24th, 2011.
Thunar Bulk Renamer included in the default installation of the XFCE Desktop Environment as part of the Thunar file manager and available as a stand-alone installation in others. It saves the configuration between sessions, and has a very simple to use GUI interface.
Thunar Bulk Renamer Features
vimv is a terminal-based file rename utility that lets you easily mass-rename files using Vim. It lets you leverage the power of Vim, for example use visual selection to delete a prefix from all files or use search and replace to match patterns.
Métamorphose v2 is a batch renamer, a program to rename large sets of files and folders quickly... Created by Ianaré Sévi
Métamorphose v2 Features