Hi I am looking for a bash solution to batch file renaming. I have files acquired from a digital camera I am importing as time-lapse footage.
Every 1000 images the JPG file renaming jumps as such:
I am trying to hack a reusable shell command that lets me remove the '0' in the 5th position such that the image count is contiguous for importing to After Effects.
Does anybody know the quickest and easiest way to remove the nth character in a set of filenames? I will always have the image set together in a directory with no other files than the image sequence in said directory.
I have searched and solutions so far would seem to remove all '0' characters from the filename which is not what I want; specifically only removing the 5th character is my desired result. Thank you for any time taken to answer this.