(v1.1 for Windows)
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Change the case of each filename to all lower, ALL UPPER, or First Letter Capital.
For example, if you have a bunch of files with filenames that are titles of songs, but they are all lowercase, you could change the case to First Letter Capital to "fix" the titles. For instance, the file "beatles - hey jude.mp3" would become "Beatles - Hey Jude.mp3".
This feature also allows you to not capitalize the first letter of certain words that you choose, such as "to", "the", "it", "a", etc. (when using the First Letter Capital setting).
Below is a screenshot of the Change Case rename settings being used to rename files to First Letter Capital:
Add text to the beginning or end of each filename (prepend or append)
For example, if you want to add a date to the end of hundreds of files' filenames, you could add text to the end of each filename, excluding the extension so the date goes at the end of the filename and before the extension.
Below is a screenshot of the Add Text rename settings being used to rename the files in the example above:
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