Rename exported images
The Rename Node offers a host of powerful options to modify the name of your processed files.
You can preview the exported file name in the editor split view. The original filename will appear in the bottom left-hand corner of the image, while the new filename will appear on the bottom right-hand side of the image.
Each of the rename settings is described in more detail below.
Renaming files in Squash 3
Prefix: Apply the text in the field before the file name. For example "myfile.jpg" could become "squashed-myfile.jpg" if you'd entered "squashed-" into the Suffix text field.
Suffix: Apply the text in the field after the file name. For example "myfile.jpg" could become "myfile-squashed.jpg" -f you'd entered "-squashed" into the Suffix text field.
Replace: Replace the file name with the text in the text field. Squash will append the file extension. For example "myfile.jpg" could become "my-squashed.jpg" if you'd entered "my-squashed" into the Replace text field.
Automatically numbering images: When replacing a file name, you can automatically number a series of images by using ### in the field — These will be replaced by sequential numbers, perfect if you are doing a lot of images.
If you used the Suffix setting with "###-squashed-" in the text field, you'd end up with a series of files named like this: 001-squashed-myfile1.jpg, 002-squashed-myfile.jpg, 003-squashed-myfile.jpg, and so on.
Lowercase: This option will ensure the resulting filename is in lowercase.
Whitespace: Leave: This option will leave the filename as is and will not remove whitespace, this is the default setting. For example, "my file.jpg" will stay exactly the same.
Whitespace: Remove: This option will remove all whitespace from the filename on export. For example, "my file.jpg" will become "myfile.jpg"
Whitespace: Replace With: This option will replace all whitespace with the character selected. For example, "my file.jpg" will become "my-file.jpg"