How to automatically rename photos with the date they were shot

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We all desire to manage our digital camera pics easily and without any effort.One of the best method is to arrange them with the date they were shot.

Arranging and renaming photos with their date of capture is not possible automatically with most of digital cameras because digital cameras have their own clock and record the date to each photos with a precision of a second.

Today I’ll tell you all about a small 440KB freeware ‘Namexif’ that will automatically rename photos with the date they were shot.Since the date and time is recorded for each photos (provided it is an EXIF compliant digital camera), Namexif is able to rename these photos according to the date.


Follow these simple steps to rename your photos with their capture date:

1.Download Namexif (440KB only)

2.Install the Namexif installer.

3. A window with options to choose date format etc. appears as shown above.

4.Select your files/folders and click next to rename all of them with the date they were shot.


I hope this small tool will make your photo management much easier.

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