Fix Windows Numbering

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#1 : 11/04-17 12:50
Geiras
Geiras
Posts: 5
I've a list of files that came with the standard scanned filename. I've to manually read all the scans to determine the filename. After inputing all of this mannualy, I've to fix the numbering because while renaming files Windows creates filenames like this:

267 (2).jpg
267 (3).jpg
267 (4).jpg
267.jpg


How do I go from that to:

267 (1).jpg
267 (2).jpg
267 (3).jpg
267 (4).jpg


Thanks in advance,
geiras


11/04-17 12:50
#2 : 11/04-17 17:38
Geiras
Geiras
Posts: 5
Also, how do I convert this:

009 (5).jpg
009 (6).jpg
009 (7).jpg
009 (8).jpg
009 (9).jpg
009 (3).jpg
009 (4).jpg

to this:

009 (1).jpg
009 (2).jpg
009 (3).jpg
009 (4).jpg
009 (5).jpg
009 (6).jpg
009 (7).jpg


11/04-17 17:38
#3 : 27/04-17 17:27
Geiras
Geiras
Posts: 5
Anyone?


27/04-17 17:27
#4 : 27/04-17 21:33
Kim Jensen
Kim Jensen
Administrator
Posts: 747
Reply to #1:
You can try the renumber method : https://www.advancedrenamer.com/user_guide/metho d_renumber

I don't know if it will work 100%. If you have files without a number in ( ), then it will not be included in the batch.


27/04-17 21:33