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Metamorphose 2 0.4.1 Beta

Posted on Tuesday, March 11 2008 @ 14:23:59 CET by

M├ętamorphose is a free, open source program to mass rename files and folders which combines great flexibility with an intuitive interface. A profesional renaming tool for almost any situation, it has many powerful functions. Well suited for those that need to rename many files and/or folders on a regular basis. In addition to general usage operations, it is useful for photo and music collections, webmasters, programmers, legal and clerical, et cetera.

Fixed:
  • Some annoying error pop ups redirected to standard error instead.
  • Much faster loading of Exif data.
  • Images now re-preview only when the thumbnail size is changed.
  • Update accent strip.
  • Uninstaller now removes quicklaunch links.
Added:
  • Finally - Full saving and loading of configuration files !
    All operation parameters can be saved to configuration files, all settings can be loaded.
  • Preferences: change renaming refresh rate
  • Preferences: split 'automation' and 'logging' panels.
  • Windows binary compiled under python 2.5.2, wxPython 2.8.7.1
  • Installer adds GdiPlus.dll for Windows 2000.

Program Information

Category:
Tools and Utilities
Type:
Free


Version:
2 0.4.1 Beta
Size:
5.35MB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: Metamorphose 2 0.4.1 Beta





 

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