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Any renaming program that will extract "real" words?


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I can't seem to find a certain type of program. Basically, I'm looking for a batch renaming program, now I know there are tons of them out there, however I have yet to find one that will let me rename files that have no spaces between the words. I think the best way to describe this is by example: I have a bunch of pictures that have filenames like sunsetonabeach.jpg, I would like a program that will extract the "real" words from the string and seperate them with spaces, like so: "sunsetonabeach.jpg" turns into "sunset on a beach.jpg". The closest thing I have found to this feature is "Magic File Renamer Pro" however this program will only seperate capitalized words, Ex: "SunsetOnABeach.jpg" will turn into "Sunset On A Beach.jpg". However the files I have filenames that are in all lowercase.

Also, if ayone knows scource code for a basic (I'm talking REALLY BASIC) C++ or even a windows batch file that would get the job done, that would be perfect.

Any help will be appreciated!

And by the way, I dont care about the cost of the program if you find one, (unless its like $600 or somthing outrageuous like that! lol.)

--Chris
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