So I used to be a big fan of Lupas Rename 2000 (http://rename.lupasfreeware.org/), but I came across a problem that it could not solve.
I had several files that had characters at the start of the filename that I wanted to move to the end... after some searching I found a utility (free too) that could accomplish my requirement. It's called Bulk Rename Utility (http://www.bulkrenameutility.co.uk).
This nifty little application allows me to, for example, do the following:
Original filename - "(1937) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.avi"
New Filename - "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).avi"
This is an example you understand...
The application can be downloaded as an installer, or as a stand alone application - for all you portable pundits out there.
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File Renaming Utilities
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