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June 10, 2009

A Better Finder Rename 8.21 speeds up file renaming

    Publicspace.net has announced version 8.21 of its file, music and photo renaming utility, A Better Finder Rename. The new version is the last in a series of performance-oriented releases focused on delivering improved end-to-end performance and memory management.

    A Better Finder Rename is a sophisticated tool that caters for the full range of file renaming tasks encountered by the modern creative professional. Its streamlined interface includes a instant preview feature that eliminates guess work and reduces error. The tool features capture time and date extraction (EXIF JPEG and most RAW formats) for digital photographers, ID3 tag extraction for music lovers, regular expression support, plain-text file import for renaming from databases and many other advanced features.

    The new renaming engine introduced in version 8 is capable of handling very large renaming jobs with ease and it meets file renaming challenges, such as file name conflicts, swaps and dependency cycles that other such tools leave unaddressed, head on. The renaming engine leverages all the latest Mac OS X Leopard technologies by using a 64-bit multi-threaded garbage collected architecture based around Leopard's Core Data database system.

    System Requirements:

    * Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
    * Universal Binary for Intel and PowerPC
    * 5 MB Hard Drive space

    Pricing and Availability:
    A Better Finder Rename may be purchased for $19.95 (USD). Family, Business and Enterprise licensing is also available. Customers may chose to include a "forever upgrade" with their purchase.

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