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347.Batch file rename -- How to batch rename files by adding random letters behind?

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Description:
How to batch rename files by adding random letters behind?
Input Sample:
Old Filenames: 
file1.jpg 
file2.jpg 
file3.jpg 
...
Output Sample:
New Filenames: 
file1_awv0x.jpg 
file2_u52qp.jpg 
file3_msdaf.jpg 
...
Answer:
Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.
1. open menu "Tools->Batch Runner" 
2. click "Pick Files" to select multiple files 
3. click title of "Input File" column to sort the file by input filename. 
4. check "Set output filename" option, change ${FILENAME} to: 
 
5. check if the generated name in "output file" column is correct. 
6. click "File Rename", done.

Screenshot 1:  Batch_Runner_Window


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