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Batch Rename

The Batch Rename tool is designed to allow you quickly and easily rename numerous nodes available in the World Hierarchy, properties, materials, and assets in the Asset Browser.

To open the Batch Rename window, click Tools -> Batch Rename or right-click on a file in the Asset Browser or any hierarchy window and select Batch Rename in the context menu.

The following options are available:

Rename

Rename the selected file or files to the specified name, adding the index if more than one file is selected.

Set Prefix

Add the specified prefix to the selected file or files.

Set Suffix

Add the specified postfix to the selected file or files.

Find And Replace

Find the specified combination of symbols and replace it as defined in the Replace field taking into account the Case Sensitive condition:

  • Override Original Case — replaces the combination of symbols in all file names regardless of the case originally used in the file name.
  • Rename Only The Same Case — replaces the combination of symbols with the same case as specified in the Find field.
Change Case

Change the letter case in the name of the selected file or files according to the selected condition:

  • Lower Case — any letters in the capital case are changed to the lower case.
  • Upper Case — any letters in the lower case are changed to the capital case.
  • Title Case — the first letter is in the capital case and all the rest are in the lower case.
  • Title Case For Each Word — the first letter of each word is in the capital case and all other letters are in the lower case. The word is a combination of letters separated from other combinations by a space or a non-letter symbol.
Last update: 2023-10-05
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