Discussion in 'Freeware' started by Tramp, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. Tramp

    Tramp Guest

    Siren is a freeware file renaming program

    Windows 98 minimum
    (not tested under 95, tested under NT4 until v1.60)

    No installation needed, unzip and run.

    Use of expression: every information associated to a file can be used

    Name, base name, extension, size, dates et times, dos name, paths ...

    Selection number (not depending on the position of the file in the list)

    Numbers in name

    Information extracted from files:

    Audio: mp3, mpc, ogg, wma, wav

    Video: avi, mpg, asf, wmv

    Image: tif, jpg, gif, png, pcx, bmp, dib, ico, cur

    Exif tags

    Karaoke: kar, mid

    "Office" document: doc, xls, pot, pps, ppt, mpp, dot

    PDF document

    Fixed text

    System date and time

    To each one of these elements, can be applied the following

    Case modifiers (uppercase/lowercase)

    Accented characters to standard ASCII conversion

    Substring extractions (fixed and relative)

    String replacements and deletions

    On the final result some treatments can be applied:

    Delete characters

    Delete multi characters

    Characters replacement

    etc ...

    Tools will help you to write, keep and reuse expressions (completion,
    right click, favorites ...)

    Sub-directories recursion
    You can work on a complete directory tree

    Undo & Redo

    "Drop" files and directories
    The directory is loaded and the files selected

    Image visualization
    Even if embedded in a file tag

    Creation of DOS batch rename files

    Management of the system shortcuts to Siren
    Among those, the contextual menu "Send To"

    "Basic" functions
    All the standard functions like choosing the directory, sort, search,
    selection, columns order and appearance are present

    Are added to these

    Individual renaming (with "F2" like under Explorer)

    Automatic selection of displayed columns

    Monitor current directory modifications

    Call of the shell contextual menu

    Set current directory to the Explorer's one

    Copy the file list to the clipboard (for Excel, for example)

    Delete, "execute" one or more files

    Many examples

    Two languages: French and English

    XP Theme support

    No installation required

    No writing in the registry

    and others that i let to you discover
    The best of the best in Windows Freeware,
    as determined by the readers of alt.comp.freeware
    Tramp, Jul 5, 2004
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  2. Yorek

    Yorek Guest

    Tramp wrote:
    > Siren is a freeware file renaming program

    i have to try, but it seems to be VERY good! :)
    Yorek, Jul 7, 2004
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