- improved handling of sub-second timestamps
- fixes a display issue on macOS 10.14 Mojave
Ratings and Reviews
Excellent Utility App
I think it’s longevity in the Mac application world speaks to its outstanding usefulness. I’m new to this app and already can’t believe I’ve waited this long. If you have a long history of files like me (umm, dating to 1995), then this app is a savior! I’ve recent digitized thousands of negatives from the past, and together with an EXIF editor (MetaImage!) Better Rename 10 makes this job so much easier. Once properly tagged, BR10 can see the data and build custom file names so my image archive is organized exactly the way I need it. Oh, and it’s great at renaming all those “Screen Shot…” files that you want to keep!
This is an incredibly useful app.
This is the one to buy!
The amount of time and money that I wasted buying other app’s is showed me that this is the right app for the job!
Clean GUI - easy to understand and work with - clean built-in help explanations.
Buggy and rigid in what it can do
I have found this app to be buggy. For example, about every third or fourth batch in one session it gets stuck in loop asking me to grant permissions to access the files in a folder. There is no way out of the loop except to force quit the application.
The renaming rules are very rigid, and not modular. For example, you cannot format dates in ISO format (“YYYY-MM-DDThh-mm-ss”) and if it is possible to construct a single template for new file names I haven’t found it.
But the bigger problem is that it is so very irritating when it gets stuck in the permissions loop.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.