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551.Batch file rename -- How to batch rename files by multiplying each number in filename by 2?

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Description:
How to batch rename files by mulitplying each number in filename by 2?
Input Sample:
1.txt 
2.txt 
3.txt 
5.txt 
...
Output Sample:
0002.txt 
0004.txt 
0006.txt 
0010.txt 
...
Answer:
Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.
1. open "Tools->Batch Runner" window 
2. drag all files from "Windows File Browser" to "Batch Runner" window 
3. sort the file name descendingly(or else there may have duplicated name while renaming) 
4. check option of 'set output filename', and change the following entry to: 
 
5. click "File Rename", done!

Screenshot 1:  Batch_Runner_Window


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