Iâ€™d like to rename files with the pattern like
â€œ03. Knockin' On Heaven's Door.wma.mp3â€ to
â€œ03. Knockin' On Heaven's Door.mp3â€.
Roughly speaking I need to remove filesâ€™ previous extension. All files have extension '.mp3', other parts may vary.
What would be the proper regular expression?
I prefer using command prompt and working with all files and subdirectories.
If you can provide me the command line arguments I would be doubly thankful!
You can use
two timesExtension(11) [Remove]
followed by one timeExtension(11) [Extra][mp3]
or useRemove(5) Last n [ 4]
or one timeRepl.(3)
(OK, not for you "other parts may vary.")
OK, not for you "other parts may vary.". So use instead:
You can check [X]Subfolders
For command line use you can check out BRC:
E:\a\Renamers\BulkRenameUtilitie\own\BRC tests>..\..\brc /removelastn:4 /Pattern:"*.mp3"
Processing Folder E:\a\Renamers\BulkRenameUtilitie\own\BRC tests\Filename 03. Knockin' On Heaven's Door.wma.mp3 would be renamed to 03. Knockin' On Heaven's Door.mp3
Filename 03. Knockin' On TWO Extensions.wma.mp3 would be renamed to 03. Knockin' On TWO Extensions.mp3
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