Sunday, February 22, 2015

Photo Naming Assistant Pro 1.2.1 Free key

Photo Naming Assistant was designed to quickly give unique, consistent, and meaningful names to digital photo files while minimizing the work on the user's part.

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Photo Naming Assistant was designed to quickly give unique, consistent, and meaningful names to digital photo files while minimizing the work on the user’s part. The application is customizable to allow flexibility in building the photo names for individual photos or a whole folder of photos.

The application comes with 16 built in photo naming patterns. Users can create an unlimited number of additional photo naming patterns that can include a combination of the picture taken date, photo file metadata, parts of the original file name, where to insert the base name, and where to insert the integer that makes the resulting name unique.

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  • Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system.

    A (young – 2014) company without name and address. Never heard from this company.

    The software is from January 2014.

    A resizable window opens, you select a folder of the photos, select one of the renaming presets and that’s it. With the pattern editor, you can define other renaming options, too. You can rename according to some exif data (exposure, f-stop, ISO), date&time, dimensions, no renaming according to GPS data.

    Does what it claims – easy to handle. But: it does not rename in subfolders, it does not sort photos according to the name in different folder – you’ll have to rename the files in single folder after folder if you want. If you have 1000 subfolders, you’ll have to repeat this one-thousand times.

    If you want to have a quick renaming, tool – focused on photos, you can take this. Small, lightweight.

    Uninstalled via reboot – I’ll use since long the build in renaming of my “importer” – no need to rename existing photos.

    Have a nice sunday!

    Comment by Karl — February 22nd, 2015 at 3:43 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10) Reply
  • Thanks to GOTD and Bobolink.
    The power of this Photo Naming Assistant Pro software lies in:
    1) its ability to batch process entire folders or selected files
    2) the Pattern Manager which allows user to modify the renaming template according to specific requirements.
    3) Its ability to extract the Date and Time that original Photo was taken and insert into file name.
    The choices of Year, Month, Date, Day of week, Hour, Minute, Second, AM/PM are comprehensive. Strings like dash separators can be inserted by single quotes e.g. ‘-‘

    You should be warned that there is no Undo feature for the rename.
    You should be warned that the software over-writes the original photo name. There is no automatic copying of photo before renaming.
    It saves to the original source folder and you cannot specify otherwise.

    Will keep this but it cannot supplant what I have been using.

    I keep 20 renaming freeware. The top 5 renaming freeware are:
    Ken Rename
    Bulk Rename Utility by Jim-Willsher portable
    Flexible Renamer by Naru portable
    Lupas Rename 2000 portable
    RenamerLite by DenisKozlov portable

    Paid software: ACDSee has a powerful photo rename with template feature.

    Total Commander (shareware) has a built-in Multi-Rename Tool which is useful but limited in breadth and depth.

    Comment by ric — February 22nd, 2015 at 3:51 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18) Reply
  • The program seems to be fine in renaming the images in batch mode.

    But when various Batch operations are needed to be done on images two programs namely
    ImBatch ( ( The Best in Batch Image Processing ) and Photoscape come first in mind.
    Photoscape has Batch Rename feature alongwith other Batch operations.

    Among many file rename utilities I actually prefer
    Advanced Renamer ( a strong application which can rename Images,Videos, GPS data , music files etc on the go by 14 different methods )
    and FileMenu Tools – It is a customizable and tiny portable application which creates a context menu entry and lets you customize that context menu of Windows File Explorer. It has ‘Advanced Renamer’ options which
    can rename or change extension of all selected elements (Photos, Mp3s etc) according to specified rules. Actually It comprises few more in-built utilities such as Sync Folders,
    Extended Delete, show Attributes, Split and Join Files, Change Icon ,Copy Name / Path / UNC Path / Internet Path / Content ,Packing and Unpacking a folder, Calculation and Verification of Checksum and so on. You can add your own customized operation in the list .


    Comment by Jahid — February 22nd, 2015 at 4:10 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+11) Reply
  • Rest easy Neverending Story characters. We have acquired the photo renamer of your wildest dreams. Never again shall you see your world in turmoil because your photos aren’t categorized.

    Worth checking out the website. I’m sure there’s autofile renamers out there that can be suggested here that do more than photos, but for the charm alone, I’d say it’s worth checking out. I mean, look at that company logo. It just wants to soar.

    Some people gotta have it Now! This is your chance.

    Works as advertised. Unlimited possibilities!

    Comment by Jarkydrapedoor — February 22nd, 2015 at 4:14 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3) Reply
  • Links to a page full of freeware renamers;-

    Comment by XP-Man — February 22nd, 2015 at 4:14 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8) Reply
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