Batch renaming is a process that is used to rename multiple computer files and folders in an automated way. It helps you to save time and reduces the amount of work that you might have to put in. Batch renaming is also referred to as mass file renaming or bulk renaming. When processing images that contain barcodes such a scanned documents or photographs of products you may wish to extract the information from the barcode and rename the image. This batch file does this using the excellent zbar package. Batch Image Manager is a small and free batch picture converter and resizer (or photo resizer). It can rename, resize and change the format of your images, photos and pictures. This is a preset photo renamer (also a cool image compressor), which has a block for batch renaming pictures on the main interface.In Rename block, we can easily change photo file names to any customized names, and set them end with serial numbers or alphabets in successive.
You may be the owner of one of a number of various Sony Alpha or Sony NEX cameras which produce RAW files. Unfortunately, professional image suites aren't always optimized for the RAW formats which Sony cameras produce. In any case, Sony does provide its own tool for converting and processing RAW images with its Sony Image Data Converter.
The program interface reminds us of other Sony software products. That isn't a good thing to be honest, and you might be a little frustrated with this software for many reasons, the main reason being its interface.
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The interface of Sony Image Data Converter strays away from professional suites in that its color scheme is bright and in our opinion, doesn't focus enough on workflow. Like most Sony software products, it is slow and probably a quickly conjured-up after-thought.
With that said, the image quality for Sony RAW files is certainly better than Adobe or DxO Optics Pro. In our tests, it produced noticeably sharper images with default settings. Image Data Converter also provides access to Sony image data stored within the EXIF metadata.
After loading images with the default settings, users of Image Data Converter can also modify sharpness, reduce noise, fix distortions, modify shading compensation. It can also modify brightness/contrast, white balance, color levels and tone curve. All of the editing options are accessible from the right-pane.
Overall, Image Data Converter is a must-have for Sony Alpha cameras owners. Unfortunately, those with an eye for detail and professionals will likely have to continue optimizing their images in a more professional suite such as Lightroom.
Image Data Converter can apply special effects to a picture, view EXIF data, convert RAW to JPG and batch process images.
Features and highlights
- Supports DSC-RX1, DSC-RX1R, DSC-RX10, DSC-RX100, DRC-RX100M2
- Supports NEX-3, NEX-3N, NEX-5, NEX-5C, NEX-5N, NEX-5R,NEX-5T, NEX-6, NEX-7, NEX-C3, NEX-F3
- Supports NEX-VG20/VG20E, NEX-VG30/VG30E, NEX-VG900/VG900E
- Supports ILCE-7, ILCE-7R, ILCE-3000
- Supports DSLR-A100, DSLR-A200, DSLR-A230, DSLR-A280, DSLR-A290, DSLR-A300, DSLR-A330, DSLR-A350, DSLR-A380, DSLR-A390, DSLR-A450, DSLR-A500, DSLR-A550, DSLR-A560, DSLR-A580, DSLR-A700, DSLR-A850, DSLR-A900,
- Supports SLT-A33, SLT-A35, SLT-A37, SLT-A55/A55V, SLT-A57, SLT-A58, SLT-A65/A65V, SLT-A77/A77V, SLT-A99/A99V
Image Data Converter 5.1.00 on 32-bit and 64-bit PCs
This download is licensed as freeware for the Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) operating system on a laptop or desktop PC from image conversion software without restrictions. Image Data Converter 5.1.00 is available to all software users as a free download for Windows.Filed under:
- Image Data Converter Download
- Freeware Image Conversion Software
- Major release: Image Data Converter 5.1
You have your photos all digitized! Great! Now it’s time to organize them digitally! For the tech savvy, this is a simple task, but for the rest of us, it can be a little daunting. Here’s a tip that you may find useful when organizing your digital collection.
Most of us can create new folders and organize files into groups that way, but one common task that clients ask for help with is how to reorder and rename their image files and have them stay in that particular order. This short tutorial will show you how with minimal effort.
FastStone Image Viewer
A powerful program that makes image management tasks easier, is called FastStone. It is free for personal use, contains no adware, spyware or nagware. It is available for the Windows platform only, and is available for download here.
Disclaimer: Backup, Backup, Backup.
Before doing any organizing or making changes to your files, make sure you have a copy to revert back to in case something unintentional happens.
Step 1. Thumbnail View
Once you start up FastStone, navigate to the folder containing the images you’d like to place in a new order and turn on the thumbnail view. There is a setting, under Settings, to increase the size of your thumbnails to make it easier to view the images.
Step 2. Drag and Drop Images
Now drag and drop the image thumbnails around and put them into position. Notice in our example screenshot, we’ve moved the two group shots to the beginning of the sequence and moved the baby photo. You will also notice after you drag and drop your first image, the sort order on the toolbar will now show ‘Custom Sort’ instead of the default of ‘Filename’.
Step 3. Start Batch Renamer
After the photos are arranged in the order you want, type CTRL-A to select all your images. They should be highlighted with a blue outline. Then type F4, or choose from the Tools menu, “Batch Rename Selected Files”. That will launch a window where you can setup your file naming template. In this example, for simplicity sake, we are using a template of #### to pad our filenames to 4 digits and we’ll begin at 1.
Step 4. Preview your Changes
Before you click the big Rename button, it’s always a good idea to first check your work before the final commit. Just left of the Rename button is a preview button that will do just that.
Step 5. Rename the Images
Batch Picture Renamer
Now that you’ve verified everything looked good in the preview, go ahead and click the Rename button and watch the magic happen!
Step 6. Turn off Custom Sort
After you’ve renamed your files, you’ll be brought back to your thumbnail view of your images. However, everything will look messed up! That’s because FastStone is still in the Custom Sort mode and not sorting by the default of Filename. Click on the red crossed out circle next to Custom Sort to turn off Custom Sort.
Step 7. Verify Results
After Custom Sort mode is off, your image filenames should now match your new arrangment. Congratulations! You’ve now put your images in a whole new and logical order with ease!
Renaming Multiple Photos
Batch Image Renamer
FastStone is just one of many tools available that can help you organize your photo collection digitally. FastStone’s functionality goes way beyond what is covered in this short tutorial but hopefully this comes in handy when you are trying to rename your files.