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Script for adding aiff extensions to huge amount of audio files


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Hi,
I'm in a desperate need for an Apple script that allows me to open a folder and add .aiff extensions to a huge amount of audio files that don't have any extension (just the name).
Please, can someone out there help me?
Thank you very much in advance,

Carlo
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Are they all in the same directory?

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Maybe "Manage File Names" is your answer.

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i think automator can do that
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