Image naming and batch renaming
Batch renaming your images before you upload them will help you create 360 spins and 3D spins as you intended. Mass rename tools can also be helpful for adding keywords to your image files, improving your SEO.
You can rename files one-by-one in the Sirv web app, but when renaming many images, it's faster to use a batch rename program.
Batch image renaming software list
Mass rename images on Windows
You can batch rename images in Windows by selecting (Shift+click or Ctrl+click to select several files; Ctrl+A to select all) and pressing right-click > "Rename". Your file names will look like image (1), image (2), image (3) etc. Sirv will automatically generate a spin named "Spins" upon downloading the renamed images.
File Renamer Basic is a convenient easy-to-use mass renaming program.
Bulk Rename Utility is another fast batch renamer with lots of options.
Mass rename images on Mac
You can select images in a folder on MacOS (El Capitan or newer) and batch rename with a right click. It takes seconds.
NameChanger is a free Mac program for bulk renaming of files.
Renamer can mass rename files, plus it can also change EXIF metadata and image creation/modified information.
Mass rename images on Linux
GPRename is a free Linux file renaming application that batch renames files and directories.
Another free bulk rename software is pyRenamer, which you can install through native package managers like APT or YUM.
Métamorphose is a free program available for Windows, Mac and Linux.
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