PC Magazine RenaMusic 1.0

PC Magazine RenaMusic 1.0

With RenaMusic you can easily and effortlessly rename music files
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With RenaMusic you can easily and effortlessly rename music files. This can be useful for example when you have to deal with MP3s or WMA files that don't use the same naming convention that you use in your own collection. With RenaMusic you simply create a file pattern using the tags of the MP3 or WMA files, select the files to rename, add them to your queue, and hit rename.
You can use any of the tags embedded in MP3 and WMA files, such as artist, album, title, and even bit rate, to create a new filename for the song.

In addition, RenaMusic supports the following string manipulations to give you even greater control of your filenames:
- Replace ___ with ___ Allows you to replace a character with another character. For example, you might want to replace a space with an underscore.
- All lowercase Converts the tags to lowercase.
- All uppercase Converts the tags to uppercase.
- First letter uppercase Makes the first letter of each tag uppercase.
- Remove initial "The" from Artist and append to the end This takes the "The" from a band's name and appends the ", The" to the end. For example, "The Police" would become "Police, The."

The program also has two additional tags:
- First letter of artist : Takes the first letter of the artist and makes it a tag. For example, if the artist is U2, this tag will have the value U. This is handy if you store your collection in alphabetical folders.
- Original filename: Lets you use the filename that originally was associated with the file.



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