1. Drag and drop support (directly or through FTP), file sorting, uninstalling.
2. Working on local and remote network shares.
3. Define a custom folder to be scanned.
4. Possibility to set the job processing time limit.
5. Graphical user interface (GUI).
6. Supports renaming numbers, trimming numbers from both ends of the file name,
7. Possibility to set the time window for renaming a particular file.
8. Rename a file, all sub-directories and all files.
9. Rename a file from left to right, and right to left.
10. Rename a file from beginning to the end, and from the end to beginning.
11. Convert the extension of a file to lowercase, uppercase, sentence case and proper case.
12. Possibility to set the order of the operation of the files to be renamed.
13. Possibility to set the number of operations in the queue.
14. Rename a file in ASCII, Unicode, Hex, JIS.
15. Save your set-up settings to a folder.
16. Rename a file from left to right, right to left.
17. A list of the most popular methods of the file renaming.
18. Rename a file by keeping the case of the original file, lowercase or uppercase.
19. Possibility to rename all types of files.
20. Possibility to display all the files and folders in the local or on the network, both for directory and files.
21. Help function.
This software program was reviewed by Alexey Kochetov on 2016-12-10, version: 1.03
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Sensible File Renamer is a tool for renaming files in bulk. Using this free software tool you can easily remove numbers from file names, add a prefix or suffix, as well as replace the original file name with a new one. This software supports several renaming methods. It supports conversion of extension to lowercase, uppercase, sentence case and proper case.
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In a digital video signal, a noise is present in all images. This noise includes components such as image noise, quantization noise, time-series noise, and thin-out noise. In order to reduce such noise, it is common to use an image-based noise reduction technique. However, an image-based noise reduction technique is not suitable for reducing noise that changes its value from frame to frame.
The following description explains a conventional noise reduction method that uses an image-based noise reduction technique. In the following description, when “a noise reduction” refers to “noise reduction that includes both noise reduction and frame rate conversion”, the term “noise reduction” refers to noise reduction for which “frame rate conversion” is not needed.
FIG. 18A illustrates an example of an image having noise reduction. In this example, a noise reduction is executed using an image-based noise reduction technique. The result of the noise reduction is shown in FIG. 18B.
In FIG. 18B, noise reduction is not performed on the background. As shown in FIG. 18B, the noise is reduced on the foreground, but not on the background. This is because the level of the noise on the background does not change from frame to frame. For this reason, image-based noise reduction that reduces noise on the foreground cannot be applied.
FIG. 19A illustrates an example in which noise reduction is performed on both the foreground and the background. In this example, the noise reduction is performed in accordance with an image. In FIG. 19B, the noise is reduced on both the foreground and the background. However, for the reduction in the background, only a simple method is used without considering the differences between the foreground and the background. For this reason, the noise reduction in the background is not satisfactory.
In this manner, the conventional noise reduction method for MPEG images requires frame-to-frame differences. This requires frame-to-frame differences between the image having noise reduction and the original image that has no noise reduction, and cannot be applied to a case in which the image having noise reduction is an image having noise reduction.
The image-based noise reduction technique described above is known. For example, the techniques described in “Image Noise Reduction Using 2D DCT and Wavelet Transform” by T. Kaneda, et al., IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, Vol. 5, No. 12, December 1996, “Image noise Reduction Using