How to use csv to rename files in Mac?

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I need to rename some files in my mac operating system in my computer. I was given an idea to use CSV to rename those files. But the thing is I don't know how to use CSV, can you give me some tutorials to follow on how to use this kind of software?

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How to use csv to rename files in Mac?


There is one application that will help you rename files using CSV. Rename Expert lets you batch rename files using different options. Using this application you can rename files and folders quickly and easily. With a few simple clicks you can shorten long file names, number files and folders, rename file extensions and more. Here are some of its features:

  • Simultaneously rename folders along with subfolders and files.
  • Filter and sort functions.
  • Use CSV files for naming.
  • Move and rename files in one-step.
  • Many special functions.
  • Real-time preview of the new file names.
  • Rename files using numerous metadata.
  • Numbering of folders and files.
  • Create file names automatically from file contents.
  • Rename file extensions.
  • Shorten long file names / Edit file paths with more than 260 characters.
  • Save rename-settings as profile.

To see the steps on how to rename using the CSV file and to download Rename Expert, you may visit this link:

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