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2018. 2. 21. 04:40 dido New Technology

Batch Rename Files on Mac

Have you ever had a problems copying files one to another place at Mac? Such like 'file names too long to copy' so as you were waiting for hours to copy then, suddenly stop copying in the middle of nowhere?

Here's how to solve the problem.

1. Path tool long utility

Path tool long utility – a solution proven to work

Nowadays IT technologies have conquered almost every industry and are used in offices and homes every day. Rapidly developing technologies require certain level of knowledge and skills from the users while operating computer may become sophisticated at times.

Destination path too long software updated to version 2.0Not only beginners but advanced users as well face different problems during their routine everyday work on the PC. Among them – a very wide-spread Windows OS error filenames too long message which disturbs and irritates a lot of users worldwide. Finding a solution to this problem may consume a lot of time and effort or be quite expensive. Path too long tool is able to solve this problem easily and rapidly.

Why file name too long to delete error occurs

This frustrating error appears as a rule when user is trying to open, copy or delete a certain file or folder. Long file name error is tightly connected with existing Windows filepath limitations of 255 characters and will not allow you either delete, move or burn this specific file. File Name Too Long or the specified path is too long error message will keep on popping up after every click you make.

Path too long utility solves the problem

This problem allows immediate and effective solution if you will need this file in the future. Undeletable files and foldersmay be created by diverse software applications, operation systems including Mac OS, different malware (viruses) and adware. User can’t access those files and folder in regular way and consequently requires a specific solution.

Long path error causes a lot of troubles and forces users to waste time on searching for the appropriate solution for this problem. This top-notch tool was designed specifically to delete long file names securely and effortlessly.

You don’t have to install extra software or search for some additional information. All you have to do is launch the application and using interactive understandable interface browse to the file and delete it. As simple as that! Now you can return to your everyday work and forget about those irritating errors. This path too long software can be very useful for scalable enterprises, middle and small companies and individual home users.


2. Long Path Tool 5.1.6

Long Path Tool - Software Frequently Asked Questions



Is Long Path Tool Safe? 
Yes, it is. You can check latest report here.

Will Long Path Tool allow to copy more than one folder at a time? 
Yes, it will.

Does Long Path Tool support bulk renaming to the prefixed name? 
Yes, it does.

During copying can Long Path Tool preserve/change file attributes, such as Hidden and System attributes? 
Yes, it can.

Can Long Path Tool upload long path files to Onedrive? 
Yes, it can.

Can Long Path Tool upload long path files to Dropbox? 
Yes, it can.

Is Long Path Tool compatible with any Mac version? 
Yes, it is.

Is Long Path Tool compatible with any Linux version? 
Yes, it is.

Can Long Path Tool unzip long path files? 
Yes, it can. It uses own compression/decompression algorithms. You just select zip file and LPT does the rest, it will unzip all files even long path one.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Destination path too long"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Source path too long"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Path is too long ..."? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Cannot access folder because the path is too long or deep"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Can't Access This Folder. Path Is Too Long"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Cannot delete file: Access is denied"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "There has been a sharing violation"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "File creation error - The semaphore timeout period has expired"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "The source or destination file may be in use"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "The file is in use by another program or user"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "The filename or extension is too long"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Can't access this folder"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Path is too long"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "Unable to create the folder"? 
Yes, it can.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders in case of error "File Names Seem to Be Limited to Less Than 255 Characters"? 
Yes, it can.

Will it help in case of error "Createprocess error=206 the filename or extension is too long"? 
Yes, it will.

Can it help to delete/copy/rename long path files/folders with status "Delete Pending"? 
Yes, Long Path Tool full version can help.

Does it support any Windows OS? 
Yes, it does. It is compatible with any Windows OS including Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, XP, Vista, Windows NT, 2000, 2003, Windows Server 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 95, 98, Me

Where can I go for more help? 
Send us an e-mail to: support@longpathtool.com

How can I obtain an evaluation version of Long Path Tool ? 
You can always download the latest evaluation version of Long Path Tool here.

What are the features supported by your product? 
Please click the Features link for more details.

Is there any features-wise difference between trial and registered versions? 
There is difference, only resigistered users can delete, copy, rename long path files/folders.

How can I purchase Long Path Tool ? 
You can purchase Long Path Tool here




Download Long Path Tool 5.1.6 here 


3. Bach Rename Files on Mac

Modern versions of OS X include a built-in batch file renaming tool that allows Mac users to instantly rename large groups of files, folders, photos, or anything else residing on their file system in a single action. This bulk rename item utility is part of the Finder, meaning there are no add-ons, downloads, or DIY Automator tools to use, and the rename function is very powerful, yet extremely simple to use. 

We’re going to demonstrate how to rename a group of files on a Mac by matching a string of text and replacing it with another string of text. You’ll find the basic rename tool works quite similar to other Find & Replace functions found throughout other applications, except that it’s limited to the file or folder names of items you choose in the OS X Finder. You’ll also find abilities to append text to file names, or to completely format existing file names and replace them with new text.

How to Batch Rename Files on Mac with the Rename Finder Item Function of OS X

  1. Select the files in the Finder of OS X that you wish to batch rename
  2. Right-click (or Control+Click) on the selected files and choose “Rename X Items” where X is the number of files selected
  3. select the files to batch rename in Mac Finder

  4. In the “Rename Finder Items” tool that appears, choose ‘Replace Text’ from the dropdown (this is the default)
  5. Modify the “Find” search to match the string you wish to replace, then modify the “Replace With” box to match what you want the files to be renamed to, the “Example:” shown at the bottom of the Rename Finder Item window will show what the files renamed will look like
  6. Choose how to rename all selected files in bulk with the batch rename tool of Mac OS X

  7. Click on “Rename” to instantly rename all the files that were selected

Batch renamed files in Mac OS X after running through Finder Rename Item tool

The renaming process happens almost instantly, though if you’re renaming hundreds or thousands of selected files it will take a moment or two to complete the renaming procedure, as it occurs on a file by file basis. When it’s finished, you can immediately see the results in the Finder, the file names will be changed to what you chose in the rename utility. 

The Rename Finder Items tool has three renaming options, the aforementioned find and replace text match, the ability to add text to file names, and finally, the ability to completely rename and change the file name format to anything sequential. These options are selected through the dropdown menu of the rename tool panel, all are equally simple to use. 

Other batch renaming file modifiers in Mac OS X

The brief video below demonstrates the bulk rename of files by replacing existing text with new text, using this renaming tool in the Finder of OS X:

Batch renaming is undeniably useful, whether used to make many files have more descriptive file names, or even to reduce long file names to shorter ones. There are a myriad of purposes for bulk renaming functions, and for those who make heavy usage of the file system, you’ll likely find yourself using this feature very often.

The Rename Finder Items function requires that the Mac be running OS X 10.10 or later to have this feature available, earlier versions of OS X can batch rename files by using this Automator tool instead. That Automator script continues to work in modern versions of OS X as well, it’s just less necessary now that the Mac includes a native utility to perform bulk renaming functions. 

Oh and by the way, if you select a single item in the Finder and use a right-click, you’ll find the “Rename” function is missing from the contextual menu. That’s because renaming a single file or folder is done through the item name itself, either by clicking into the file name or by hitting the Return key as the file or folder is selected.


http://www.pathtoolong.com/applications/path-tool-long-utility-solution

https://longpathtool.com/Faq.html

http://osxdaily.com/2015/05/28/batch-rename-files-mac-os-x-finder/


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