A solution to your worst digital camera and downloaded files nightmare!

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   Photo - File Renamer  
  

Standard Features: Click here for Screen Shot







Advanced Features: Click here for Screen Shot

Standard Instructions:

  • Step 1:  Select and double click the folder where the files you want to rename are.
  • Step 2:  Pick the file type/s you want to rename. Use the buttons for all photos,
    audio or video types. Or use the drop down menu for individual types.

    Next, from the list of files in the left "Show File Types" box in Step 2, you can
    select the files to be renamed. Click Select All or click each file and press the Add button or hold down the Ctrl button on your keyboard and at the same time use
    your mouse to click each file you would like renamed then click the Add button.

    After clicking Add, the selected files move to the right box.

    If you would like to change the order and placement of the files before renaming and numbering, click the file to be moved and use the Down or Up buttons to move.
    Do this for each file you would like moved.

  • Step 3:  Select what to do with the renamed files?
  • Step 4:  What do you want to name the renamed files? You can use any text, number, space and either - or _ in the name.

    Next, select the starting number. This can be any number but works better if you
    start at 101 or 1001.
  • Step 5:  Last step, Press the Rename button.

Advanced Instructions:

  • Step 1:  Select and double click the folder where the files you want to rename are.
  • Step 2:  Pick the file type/s you want to rename. Use the buttons for all photos,
    audio or video types. Or use the drop down menu for individual types.
    Next, from the list of files in the "Show File Types" box, you can select the files to
    be renamed. Click Select All or hold down the Ctrl button on your keyboard and at
    the same time use your mouse to click each file you would like renamed.
  • Step 3: Part 1  To use, click Add text to filename on. Here you can add text
    before or after existing filename. You can also use a space, - or _ to separate the new text and filename by using the drop down menu. (If you have no need for Part 1, do
    not click Add text to filename and then move on to Part 2)
  • Step 3: Part 2  If you made changes in Part 1 but no changes are needed in Part 2, leave fields blank and unchecked. Then move on to Step 4.

    Otherwise here you can do the following:
    Use Change this part of a filename to add or remove any text, number, space, -
    or _ symbol. If you want to remove something but not replace it then leave the To:
    box blank.

    Also available: Remove extra spaces and Capitalize all first letters.

    The Number and Filename or Filename and Number adds a starting number of
    001 before or after the existing filename.
  • Step 4:  When you finish making your selections or filename changes click Rename.
   MP3 Tag Editor 3.0   
  

File Selection: Click here for Screen Shot


Tag Window: Click here for Screen Shot

Instructions:

  • Step 1:  Select and double click the folder where the mp3 files you want to edit are.

  • Step 2:  double click the mp3 file you want to edit or click the mp3 file you want to edit and then click the green Edit Tag button.











  • Step 3:  Next, in the Tag window, edit the fields for the mp3 file and when done
    press Save

  • Step 4:  That's it. You're done. Follow steps 1-3 for each mp3 file you want to edit.

   Image Resizer - Converter 2.0  
  

Standard Features: Click here for Screen Shot

Standard Instructions:

  • Step 1:  Use the button and select the folder and double click the folder where the photo/s or image/s you want to resize are.

  • Step 2:  Double click the photo or image you want to resize.

  • Step 3:  Now you should see the photo or image in the window. The photo or image shows the size it already is.

  • Step 4:  Next use the 2 drop down menus and the bottom of the window to adjust the size of the photo or image. What you see is what you get. For best results you should use the same percent amount for both.

  • Step 5:  After finding the desired size for your photo or image, you can save it by clicking the Save button. There you will have a choice to name your new sized photo
    or image and also change the file type. After pressing "Save" you are done.

  • Step 6:  That's it, you're done. Either exit or follow steps 1-5 for each photo or image
    you want to resize.


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