I would like to rename the files that have time stamp added on the end of the file name.
Basically remove last 25 characters before the extension.
IMG523314(2021-12-05-14-51-25_UTC).jpg > IMG523314.jpg
Test run1(2021-08-05-11-32-18_UTC).txt > Test run1.txt
25 characters before the extension (2021-12-05-14-51-25_UTC)
I learn about use of Terminal script and Automator to have it as a Quick action in the right click menu.
However no luck to get it running.
I have File History App files backup on external media from Windows PC that motherboard died.
The File History App can not read the files on the other Windows PC, but I can bring the files to the new computer from the external media. I needed to go thru two external SSD media due to the need for exFAT formatting for Mac. I decided to go with the Mac computer and copied the files to the Mac documents, OK.
However, the File History App time stamp is everywhere. I hope to speed up the process of renaming the latest files.
The Mac Time machine App seems similar to the Windows File History App and creates an identical time stamp on the backup file names. So, this solution may be handy to recover the Time machine App files on external media if some corruption happens.