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Batch rename with nonconsecutive numbers

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Mar 23, 2019 Mar 23, 2019

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So I have all these images for multiple objects taken at certain angles. I need to rename the images as the item.vertical angle. horizontal angle. So it has to look like 00004.060.80 this Is there any why in bridge to do this. keep in mind that angles go from 360-010-025-040-055-070-090-105-130-155-180-205-230-255-270-290-305-320-335-350 for the horizontal and for vertical it goes 90-80-70-60-50-40

Any Idea's this is over a hundred images per item and there are at-least 50 items

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Mar 23, 2019 Mar 23, 2019

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Try posting in the Bridge Scripting forum.

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There are various String Substitution and Regex tricks available in the Batch Rename dialogue box.

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Mar 23, 2019 Mar 23, 2019

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Where will this angle data come from? Do the filenames contain this info in a different pattern? Do the vertical and horizontal angles for each image exist in the metadata (EXIF, XMP etc)? Or perhaps in the folder structure?

Can you post a copy of a few samples of the full original filename including filename extension?

Can you post a copy of one of the files with the metadata intact?

P.S. It is generally considered good from to only have one period character in a filename and that is for the filename extension at the end, so usually a - hyphen or _ underscore is used as a separator rather than a . period character.

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Mar 25, 2019 Mar 25, 2019

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Yeah this is doable IF you have all the data. Is there a spreadsheet with all the new filenames?

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