Support questions and answers for software by RL Vision.
Have you tried using the crop function like this:
Crop 999 chars at pos 7 starting at beginning of filename.
This should "crop to" 7 characters. 999 is that high to make sure that all
characters after 7 are removed.
If I misunderstood you, please show me a list of filenames, before and
after, and I will have a look at it!
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Sent: Sunday, November 06, 2005 3:39 PM
Subject: Re: I love Flash Renamer
& PDF Image Extraction Wizard
, suggestion &
> > There is a crop function at the "Add & Crop" tab! If you modify it you can
> > have it "crop to" like you want to. See the manual for more info (look for
> > the "64 character limit" again).
The manual says it can "show only files that have names that are too long"
but that I have to manually rename the files. It can crop x characters off
the beginning or end automatically, but it can't "crop to" x characters
automatically, if I understand it correctly.
I'm just saying it could be helpful in the future, and for more than
cropping to ISO format. I have a lot of filenames that have excess info
after a standardized format, like PDVD001.jpg and
PDVD001GreatStarshipPicture.jpg, that I want to crop to 7 characters to
share with others.
> > DVDs can have up to 256 charcaters if they are burnt using the UDF file
> > format. (Note: in Nero, the default file format is ISO, which is the same
> > on CDs, so you have to change this manually)
Thanks for the tip!
> > PDF documents store some images uncompressed, and these are extracted as
> > to avoid quality loss. In the future I will think about adding a built in
> > converter for this!
Understood, and thank you.
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