Ubuntu Multimedia :: How To Rename Multiple JPG Files

Sep 10, 2010

How I could rename multiple jpg files. Say I copied IMG0001.JPG until IMG0134.JPG from my camera, and want to rename IMG0001 until IMG0064.JPG to 'party01.JPG' untill 'party64.JPG', etc. In windows there was a stupid wizard to rename files when you copied them onto your HD from a camera. Is there any good way to do something similar in ubuntu?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: EasyTAG - How To Rename Multiple Files

May 21, 2010

I'm trying to figure out how can I fill up multiple files with easytag. It looks like one can do it by selecting all files and using one of the schemes like " %a - %b/%n - %t " but to be absolutely honest I have no clue how it works. I'd like to fill up all selected files' tags with Artist, Title, Album, Year, Track# and Genre. How can one do it ?

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General :: Rename Multiple Files In Multiple Directories/subdirectories Recursively?

Aug 23, 2010

I am to rename all the files within a directory (which contains multiple subdirectories) recursively without invalid characters.

I tried the coding posted above.

find . -type f -printf '%p
' | while read file; do
oldfile=$(basename "$file")
newfile=$(echo "$oldfile" | sed 's/[^A-Za-z0-9_.]/_/g')
if [ ! "$newfile" == "$oldfile" ]; then
echo mv "$file" "${file%$oldfile}$newfile"
code....

but I get an error on both of them stating "find: bad option -printf find: [-H | -L] path-list predicate-list"

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Ubuntu :: Rename And Save Multiple Files?

Feb 22, 2011

I am quite new to script programming and I am facing an uphill task to rename files in one folder. I have gone through similar posts but most of them deal with renaming files by changing the file extensions.Problem : I have a folder which contains files like bild01.jpg,bild02.jpg. There are more files in the folders which should remain untouched. I want to rename these 'bild' files as follows:

bild01.jpg -----> 1c.jpg
bild02.jpg -----> 2c.jpg
bild30.jpg------>30c.jpg
I would like to create a script as:
#!/bin/bash
npics=`ls -1 bild*| wc -l`

[Code]...

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Ubuntu :: Rename Multiple Files With Only Parts Of The Original Name In The New Name?

Jan 26, 2010

Could someone help me find a way to rename a file to a different name containing parts of its old name?

For example:

Original file name: filename1.abc.xyz.some.other.stuff
Final file name: filename1.abc.xyz

The length of the file name is not constant. the abc.xyz is not constant but that format is (three numbers.three numbers) the .some.other.stuff is not constant and its what i want to get rid of

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Programming :: Bash Script To Rename Multiple Files?

May 9, 2011

bash script to give sensible names to a large number of photos. I hope to be able to run a script with an argument which will become the filename followed by a number beginning at 1.

Code:
./file_rename.sh Summer2009_
Summer2009_0001
Summer2009_0002
Summer2009_0003

[Code]....

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Programming :: Bash - Rename Multiple Files With Dots In Filename

Oct 3, 2009

i have lots of files with dots insde file name for example:

document.1.is.bigger.doc
resume.version12.doc
10.photo.www.cnn.com.jpg

i want to rename all files in that directory to be the same (with same extention) but convert dots to underscore "_"

how can i do that on bash script / php.

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Software :: Rename Hidden Files / Rename All Files With A Leading Decimal Point Recursivley?

Jul 25, 2011

How would I rename all files with a leading decimal point recursivley? I some how got all my music files to have a decimal point.I tried the below and got a " sed argument to long".[CODE]find /media/MUSIC -type f -name "*.wma" | xargs -0 sed -i 's/.(.*)/1/'[CODE]

Another question, can i just use -type f with out -name ? I am sure that all the files got the decimal point added as the first character.

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Programming :: Right Utility To Rename Multiple Folders?

Sep 14, 2009

I've got about twenty folders with names such as "Bennett Galleries" or "Athletic House" and I want to rename them to "Bennett_Galleries" or "Athletic_House". Any right utility to use to accomplish this (sed, awk, bash script, etc...)?

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General :: Rename Multiple File By Moving Part Of The Name To End Of Extension?

Aug 26, 2009

How do you rename:

abc123.txt
abc124.txt
abc125.txt

to

abc.txt.123
abc.txt.124
abc.txt.125

Basically, I want to move the digits from the filename to after the extension.

It works for one file if I type:
rename 123.txt .txt.123 abc.txt.123

but I have thousands of files like these.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: NeroAacEnc With Multiple Files?

Mar 8, 2010

I would like to create AAC files using NeroAAC.I have directories of wav files I need to encode and I cannot figure out how to do this with the neroAacEnc command on the command line. The program will not accept neroAacEnc -if *.wav -of *.aac as a valid command, though FAAC, LAME and OggEnc will accept similar commands.I lack the coding skills to write a proper script for it. I'd just like to be able to type in a command and have an entire directory converted from wavs to aacs with the Nero codec. Is this possible? If not, can it be programmed? How?

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Software :: Application To Eliminate Doubles In Files / Rename Changed Files With Date?

Jan 12, 2011

I have bought an external usb hard drive on which I back up my three computers every once in a while.Space will quickly be used up.I can't find that little bit of research that I need yesterday.Here is what I would like to find:An application that eliminates doubles in identical files and renames files that have changed by appending the last saved date yyyymmdd to the file name.Does such an application already exist?

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Software :: Making A Bash Script To Read In Different Files And Rename Output Files?

May 7, 2009

Until now i haven't had to dabble with bash scripts.

I have a program that reads in data files. These are named datafile01_R, datafile01_G, datafile01_B, they then increment, so datafile02_R etc i have about 600 of these. the program reads in 3 data sets at a time from each run, so files_01 r, g, and b.

The program then does its magic, and outputs about 40 different files, depending on the file, they gone to folders named R, G, B, psa, or tracking.

The program itself has configuration files to say where the files should gone when analyzed, there is also the config files that reads in the data sets.

At the moment i have to run one set of data, then go in and manually change the input file location, and run again. But, doing this, even though a different data set, the new set overwrites the old set in one of the output folders. So i need a way to increment the output filenames after they are written and before the program is run again with the new data set.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Set Specific ID3 Tags For Multiple Files?

Mar 22, 2010

How can I set specific ID3 tags for multiple files? For example, I would like to set all files in a directory to the same album. (directly setting the album tag for files in a directory to the directory name would be even better)

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: OGV - Break Output Into Multiple Files

Jan 25, 2011

I have used Thoggen; however, there is no way to break the output in to multiple files. I encoded at 1000MB, but now I want to break the file into 40MB chunks. Is there an app that can do this? Does ffmpeg support these feature?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Record Flash Video Streaming Into Multiple Files?

Jul 12, 2010

I am trying to record streaming flash video to multiple files each limiting upto 10 mins.Thinking of two possible ways to script,1) saving the files with 10 minute time limit on the fly as I record2) record the whole video as single file and split into multiple files with time limit.

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Jan 21, 2011

howto to transcode multiple mp3 files to another bitrate? I have a lot of 320bits mp3 which should be converted to 192bits before I can play them on my car stereo.

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Ubuntu :: Rename Mp3 Files From ID3 Tag?

Jul 8, 2011

Im trying to auto rename badly named mp3's using info from the id3 tag. I got a nice little program called id3ren, it works fine apart from it doesn't add the track number. Cant figure how to enable this function. The track numbers are in the ID3, but it just renames to Artist/Trackname. Any other users on here?

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Ubuntu :: Rename All Files In Folder?

Oct 14, 2010

I have this script:

Quote:

for f in d*; do mv "$f" "T${f#d}"; done

it outputs all files which strats with letter d to T but it doesn't work when i run it from Cron. It only affect root file / .

How i can make work like this:

/home/user/files/dfile.txt
=>
/home/user/files/Tfile.txt

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Ubuntu :: Program To Rename Many Files At Once?

Nov 8, 2010

I guess the title says it all. I'm looking for a program that will rename a massive amount of files at once. JPGs specifically, or PNGs. More specifically,I'm creating a stopmotion movie. Using the program StopMotion. And for that, all you pictures, or frames, have to be named 001.jpg 002.jpg and so on. I've got about 300 or so images, and they're all named the default thing that my camera names them, you know, like DSCIM8520 or whatever. I'm looking for maybe a command line program or GUI is fine too, that will do this for me.

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Ubuntu :: Rename All Files In One Directory?

Dec 31, 2010

I have many files in a directory. They all have names with a .pdf extension. How can I remane all of them so that they are named as so... 1.pdf, 2.pdf, 3.pdf? I want to do it with one command or somehow that I do not have to manually rename each one.

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Ubuntu :: Need To Find And Rename Files

Jan 12, 2011

I need to find and rename all .JPG files to .jpg in a folder with subfolders. How would I go about this?

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Jul 11, 2011

The music files as named like the following: 01 Music Title. I would like to get them as: Band Name - Music Title. I looked into the rename command and I was thinking of doing something like this:

Code:
rename "s/(the first two integers)/Band Name -/g" *.mp3

The problem is that I don't know how to indicate the first two integers. Does anyone know how to do this?

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Ubuntu :: Rename Files - Add Number To All In Folder ?

Feb 14, 2010

Getting together a script that will add numbers to all the files in a folder.

I've ripped most of my CDs to oggs for my new pmp, but I found that the pmp doesn't like files that are numbered just as 1 and 2, as it thinks that the 2 is more than 10.

So instead of going through all of my music folders and renaming every file by hand from 1 to 01 and from 2 to 02, I'd ask if there's a script that can be executed to add these numbers for me. It'd be even better if it only added the number to the files with only one digit.

Here's an example:

I want to rename:

And I'd like to do it to all single-digit files lower than 10 in the folder, if possible. If not, I can isolate them by hand.

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Ubuntu :: Rename Files In A Directory Randomly?

Jun 19, 2010

I want to rename all files in a directory to "random" names(the point is that the name does not exist, it can be anything). In my case is it *.wav file i want to rename, i basically want to burn cd's to my pc with cdparanoia, then rename them and put them in a directory with other songs i have which also have been given random names. (i'm creating a big music directory where the songs have no names)And i will eventually make a script to make things easier, but for some reason i can't think out a way to rename the files randomly, and i guess "$RANDOM" is a good variable to use but.. how?EDIT: And while i'm at it, is there any way to use the "play" command in the terminal, by "sorting" music files in a directory randomly, and then play them, so it will not be played the same order again?

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Ubuntu :: Rename Hundreds Of .picasa.ini Files?

Sep 11, 2010

In my photos folder, I have hundreds of folders, each with Picasa.ini files.

Unfortunately, a lot of these files are actually ".picasa.ini" files & Picasa 3.0 does not recognize them.

All I want to do is rename all those ".picasa.ini" files to "Picasa.ini".

If there was a GUI way to do this, all in one go, then that would be my prefered method.

I couldn't find one, so reluctantly tried Terminal. After a lot of reading & trying, still no success.

"locate .picasa.ini" finds all the files easily.

I tried many variants around: "rename -v -n 's/.picasa.ini$/Picasa.ini/' .picasa.ini" to run a simulation without screwing anything up yet, but at best they only seem to rename one occurence, not all the files.

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Oct 20, 2010

I need help with renaming files and folders in one go.
I have a folder called /opt/utility/pictures/
Inside that folder have sub-folders and files such as code...

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Ubuntu :: Rename - Add Suffix Or Prefix In All Files (.txt - .avi . - .exe) From A Folder

Feb 24, 2010

I want to add suffix or prefix in all files (.txt , .avi . , .exe)from a folder

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Ubuntu :: Rename Files On Drive With The Names The Have In Properties?

Nov 11, 2010

i recently restarted my computer so i baked up all my files to my external terabite restarted my computer pluged in my 2 drives and formated the wrong one DAMB so i lost every file i ever downloaded DAMB i used photorec to get it all back but all my files have system names eg f12223/f12224 etc but when i load the files to media player the correct name i displayed in the media player so is there a program i can get that will rename all the files on my drive with the names the have in propertys

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Ubuntu :: Bash Commands To Rename Files And Contents?

May 18, 2011

What bash command can I use to rename or change the extension or name of a batch of files (for example, from .php to .html)?

Furthermore, is there a simple bash or python script/command that can be used to open a batch of plain text files one-by-one, search for all instances of a specific word, and replace all of those instances with another word?

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