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169.Batch file rename -- Is there a way to batch rename files with the first line of the file content?

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Is there a way to batch rename files with the first line of the file content?
Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.
Replace Pioneer can easily do it. 
1. open menu "Tools->Batch Runner" 
2. click 'Pick files', hold shift or ctrl to select multifiles you want to rename 
3. change the "set output filename" from ${FILENAME} to: 
 (keep original extension) or 
 (add 3 digit sequence number) 
4. click 'Apply' at right, and check if the new filename is satisfied. 
5. click 'File Rename', done!

Screenshot 1:  Batch_Runner_Window

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