The best possible way to rename individual pictures. Naming pictures used to be a dreadful job that would take forever. PictureRetitle eliminates this drawback - it's quick, it's easy!
It is all there! But how to get to it ?
Every word or phrase you would use in a picture name already exists in some form. With PictureRetitle, you can bring the text to the picture. Some examples:
Copy and paste!
You can capture blocks of text from the internet, Word documents, etc., and use PictureRetitle to extract the words and phrases you need to title your pictures. It is a matter of copying and pasting the information into PictureRetitle's dictionary.
Any folder with named pictures can be loaded into that same dictionary.
With PictureRetitle, all the information that already exists is made accessible to rename your pictures.
And all words you type yourself:
Words and phrases you do type yourself are also immediately stored in the dictionary.
A small demo
A small demo
On the left: a small demonstration of how you can rename pictures having put some information (from a Wikipedia page about Paris) in PictureRetitle's dictionary.
Prefix, Suffix, Numbering, Date/Time, Day, Exif tags
Next to the free text element, these are the other optional elements that make up a picture title.
The perfect organizer
PictureRetitle is not only about renaming. It also offers a very flexible organizer. Click here to learn about all the available features.
Tags are useful to add general subjects to a batch of images, while a title provides information about the individual picture.
increase the search power of the program you use to view your
images. Because: Every word in a picture title is a 'visible
Titles are more meaningful than tags.
A title (file name) is:
Always visible, where tags are not.
inseparable part of the picture;
tags might get lost (i.e., in uploading).
An inseparable part of the picture; tags might get lost (i.e., in uploading).