Rename 4.0 beta 2 for Alfred 3: Batch Rename files or folders (supports Regular Expression and EXIF date) in Share your Workflows Posted October 16, 2016 · Edited October 17, 2016 by shadowfax1 Rename looks incredibly awesome. I can appreciate all you put into it, and am grateful it's available for free. I am learning regular expressions right now, but am admittedly not there yet, and I'm having an even harder time integrating it into a working command line for Rename. I was wondering if you would mind offering a quick bit of help here... I have 400 image files in a folder that need to be renamed in bulk. They all share the same format: Yada yada yada - IMG_1234.CR2 Yada yada yada could be any string of any length. Space before and after the hyphens are consistent across all files - IMG_ appears in every single file in that position 1234 could be any 4 digits including zeros, but it is always exactly 4 in length There is never anything after the 1234 digits except a period and the extension I want to rename the files to: Mendenhall Glacier - EXIF capture date - 1234.cr2 The Mendenhall Glacier string would be the same for all files. The EXIF date I believe I need to use $cmm, but I'm not sure how to work that into the regex The 1234 should be whatever the original 4 numbers are The capitalization of the extension I intentionally want to now make lowercase What would my full Rename command line look like to accomplish this? GREATLY appreciate your help!