|User: Donovan -- 2020-05-08 << 1452|
|Type: Batch file rename|
|Search all Batch file rename examples|
|I would like a Multiple File Extracting/Moving (whichever word best describe) task. |
How to move files in multiple folder to a single folder with specified order?
|Input: Multiple folders, with multiple text files. Example: |
Folder A (Contains 100 text file)
Folder B (Contains 100 text file)
Folder C (Contains 100 text file)
Folder D (Contains 100 text file)
Folder E (Contains 100 text file)
|A\file1.txt => output_folder\f001.txt |
B\file1.txt => output_folder\f002.txt
C\file1.txt => output_folder\f003.txt
D\file1.txt => output_folder\f004.txt
E\file1.txt => output_folder\f005.txt
A\file2.txt => output_folder\f006.txt
B\file2.txt => output_folder\f007.txt
C\file2.txt => output_folder\f008.txt
D\file2.txt => output_folder\f009.txt
E\file2.txt => output_folder\f010.txt
|Hint: You need to Download and install "Replace Pioneer" on windows platform to finish following steps.|
|1. open "Tools->Batch Runner" menu |
2. drag all files in folder A to "batch runner" window
3. sort the file as your requirement.
4. change "set output filename" to:
5. assume you need to move files to c:\new_folder
set output folder to
6. click "file rename", done.
Do similar for folder B, C, D, E, except that the rule is:
Note: To keep source file untouched, you can also click "copy/download" instead of "rename"
Screenshot 1: Batch_Runner_Window