How to Rename Multiple Images at Once

Our digital cameras, mobile phones and scanners assign meaningless names to digital photos and images (names like DSC000123 or 080706001). This is because those devices use sequential numbers for naming pictures or embed the current date/time into the name as a unreadable string of numbers.

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We see those insignificant names in Windows® Explorer or Mac® Finder each time we work with the images. But instead of them we could use meaningful names like "San Francisco - Golden Gate 2017" or " Jul 06, 2017 10:30 AM" to easily recognize the photos!

Batch Photo Renamer

To rename photos with descriptive names in bulk, we need a specially designed software tool, like BatchPhoto. BatchPhoto is a Windows® and Mac® OS X program that can rename hundreds of pictures in a single step and with no quality loss.

BatchPhoto is a fully-featured photo editing package with a beautifully designed user interface that works as a simple three step wizard. Here is what it can do:

  • Batch rename thousands of photos with meaningful names and with no quality loss;
  • Add Counters for sequentially numbering photos;
  • Add the original Date/Time into the filenames;
  • Search & Replace inside the filenames;
  • Change cases to lowercases, UPPERCASES or Mixed Cases;
  • Automatically Resize photos in the same session;
  • Automatically Rotate photos in the same operation;
  • Annotate photos with Date/Time, Comments or Watermarks in the same session;
  • Add Special Effects, Graphical Frames, or Touch-Up photos in the same operation;
  • Save your settings to easily reuse them later.

Rename your favorite pictures with the aid of a specialized software. Install BatchPhoto free of charge, and use it to give your images meaningful names!

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Edit images in batch mode by following a three step wizard!

Note: BatchPhoto works on Windows® 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, and XP as well as macOS® Sonoma (14), Ventura (13), Monterey (12), Big Sur (11), Catalina (10.15), Mojave (10.14), High Sierra (10.13), and Sierra (10.12).