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Want file rename script to add number at end with fixed length


Want file rename script to add number at end with fixed length

By : user2949906
Date : November 17 2020, 04:28 AM
it should still fix some issue I have some files with the same extensions: , You can do this using printf with a format specifier:
code :
c=0
while read -r file; do 
    ((++c))
    mv "${file}" "$(printf 'test_%04d.%s' "$c" "${file#*.}")"
done < <(ls -rt)


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Padding a fixed number with leading zeros up to a fixed length

Padding a fixed number with leading zeros up to a fixed length


By : Lisa Shields
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue In Crystal Report using Visual Studio 2010, I am trying a to create a formula for the following scenario: , I got it
code :
Right("0000"&{MyFieldToPad},8)
Bash Script Rename and Assign Number to File

Bash Script Rename and Assign Number to File


By : Singy Florent
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help So I'm trying to make a bash script based on some I've found but I can't make any of those works! , rename_images.sh
code :
#!/bin/bash

a=1;
for i in *.jpg; 
do  
  new=$(printf "%04d.jpg" "$a");
  mv "$i" "$new";
  let a=a+1;
done
$ touch one.jpg two.jpg;
$ ls
one.jpg  rename_images.sh  two.jpg
$ ./rename_images.sh 
$ ls
0001.jpg  0002.jpg  rename_images.sh
python script to rename files from an txt file with same video time length

python script to rename files from an txt file with same video time length


By : grizli
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Here is a rough script. Please leave a comment if the script is broken, I wasn't able to test it because I don't have the appropriate libraries on my environment.
Explanation
code :
import os
import shutil
from moviepy.editor import VideoFileClip

# parses the renaming rules described in your text file
# returns a dictionary where:
#    key represents the duration to match
#    value represents the name to rename the video file to
def parse_rules(path):
  with open(path) as file:
    lines = file.readlines()
    rules = { lines[i+1]: lines[i] for i in range(0, len(lines), 2)}
  return rules # structure { duration: rename_to, ... }

# gets the duration of the video file
def duration(file):
  return VideoFileClip(file).duration

# determines whether the durations are close enough to be considered similar
def is_close_enough(duration1, duration2):
  return duration1 == duration2

# makes a copy of source file according to the renaming rules specified and puts the resulting file in the destination folder 
def rename_by_rules(src_file, dst_dir, rules):
  for k, rename_to in rules.items():
    if is_close_enough(k, duration(src_file)):
      shutil.copy2(src_file, os.path.join(dst_dir, rename_to)) 

# begins renaming your video files matched by duration according to the rules in your text file
rules = parse_rules('<replace with your text file>')
for base, dirs, files in os.walk('<replace with your source director>'):
  for file in files:
    if file.endswith('mp4'):
      rename_by_rules(os.path.join(base, file), '<replace by dest dir>', rules)
Batch file for windows to rename multiple folders using a fixed part adding progressive number

Batch file for windows to rename multiple folders using a fixed part adding progressive number


By : user2283866
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps This batch works differently, it
skips folders with the proper naming scheme (so they keep the number) increments a counter and fills in possible gaps
code :
:: Q:\Test\2019\01\11\SO_54149437.cmd
@Echo off
Pushd "D:\Programmi Installati\" || (Echo couldn't change dir&pause&goto :eof)
set Cnt=0
for /f "delims=" %%A in (
  'dir /B /AD log_* ^| findstr /iV "^log_[0-9][0-9]*$" '
) Do Call :RenInc "%%A"
PopD    
Goto :Eof

:RenInc
Set /A Cnt+=1
if Exist "log_%Cnt%" goto :RenInc
Ren "%~1" "log_%Cnt%"
log_1
log_10
log_11
log_2
log_3
log_4
log_5
log_6
log_7
log_8
log_9
Bash script to rename files and increment number in the file name by N

Bash script to rename files and increment number in the file name by N


By : HendrixSpirit
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I have a bunch of numbered pages in a directory for a static website demo I'm creating. , This should work
code :
filename=$1 #Filename
filenumber=$2 #file number from where you want to rename. 
count=$3 #number of files
lastfile=$4 #Last filenumber in the folder


for ((i=lastfile; i>=$filenumber; i--))
do
     mv $filename$i $filename`expr $i + $count`
done
./rename wizard 15 3 30
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