To rename multiple files, use the mrn (or mren) command for remote files and mlrn (or mlren) for local files
mrn options [pattern] mlrn options [pattern]
pattern: optional regular expression to select which entries to rename. If missing, all entries in the current directory are renamed.
See Regular Expressions to learn more about regular expression syntax.
To replace text in file names you have the following options:
--search,-s: the text to be searched.
--replace,-r: the text that will replace the searched text.
--case, -c:match case in searched text
--regex, -x:uses search text as a regular expression.
The options to add text in file names are:
--add, -a:the text that will be added to the beginning of the file name.
--end, -e:the text that will be added to the end of the file name.
--exists, e:how to handle existing entries:
– ignore, i:new name is ignored, rename doesn’t take place
overwrite, o:existing entry is replaced. If you try to rename two or more entries with the same new name FileZilla Pro CLI returns an error and aborts the operation.
number, n:an incremental number is added to the new name
The video tutorial below shows how to use the commands to rename multiple files with FileZilla Pro CLI.