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Métamorphose batch renames files and folders with great flexibility. It has many powerful functions and is well suited for those with daily renaming needs. In addition to general usage operations, it is useful for photo and music collections, Web masters, programmers, legal and clerical, etc.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  01 Mar 2009 08:53

    Release Notes: Many code improvements and restructuring were done. Numerous bugs were squashed. Command line automation is now possible, and there are more time and debug outputs.

    •  17 Jun 2008 05:40

      Release Notes: The interface is now multilingual and a French translation has been added. It is now possible to sort on item attributes, to select recursion level, and to only renumber duplicate names. A progress dialog has been added to operations with many items. A manual edit dialog is now available.

      •  02 Apr 2008 20:45

        Release Notes: This release fixes config files not saving under some non-English systems. It fixes several bugs relating to the error panel's display and deselection of items. It adds wxPython version checking: requires 2.6, prefers 2.8.

        •  11 Mar 2008 10:12

          Release Notes: All operation parameters can now be saved to configuration files and loaded. There are many bugfixes and speed improvements, and some new preferences have been added.

          •  22 Dec 2007 00:21

            Release Notes: Many speed and memory enhancements have been made in all areas. Renaming now works across filesystems. Configuration files now use XML and are almost feature complete. Some new preferences have been added, and many bugs have been squished.


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