batch script to replace a portion of filename

Microsoft Windows 7 professional 32-bit
October 30, 2010 at 11:12:40
Specs: Windows 7
I am looking to use a batch script to replace a portion of a filename on approximately 15,000 of 60,000 files. The files in question are zip files used for karaoke. Since I have so many files, I have sorted them based on the company that makes the files, and then based on the Album they were released under, using several sub folders due to the fact that I have thousands of albums for some of the Karaoke creators. I found the following thread via google () and I was curious if I could use that script for this situation or not. From what I was gathering, that script only works when you are only dealing with one folder, and not any sub folders.

basically I want to replace:
D:\Karaoke\Sorted\CB - Chartbusters\CBx\CB3xxxx\CB30125\CB30125-14 - Everything To Me - Monica wvocal.zip

With:
D:\Karaoke\Sorted\CB - Chartbusters\CBx\CB3xxxx\CB30125\CB30125-14 - Everything To Me - Monica (Vocals).zip

When I look at that script, I am unsure what portion would need to be edited for my situation, so if someone could point out what to put where, I would be grateful. Thank you in advance for your help!!!


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October 30, 2010 at 23:41:05
Can't comment on the script you mentioned as it, or a link to it, wasn't posted.

Are only the files you want to rename named *wvocal.zip?

Did you Google for an answer before asking the question?


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