Batch Hex Editor is a handy tool that you can use to edit several files at once by modifying bytes and you can even use it to convert files between binary, hexadecimal or Base-64 formats.
The program can also provide you with a means of performing bitwise operations as it supports many operators including AND, OR, NOT, XOR, NAND or XNOR.
Batch Hex Editor has many more uses one of them being hash and checksum calculation. SHA1, SHA2, MD5, RIPEMD and CRC formats are supported.
Convert files to/from bin-hex and Base-64 formats. Convert raw bytes in files to their hexadecimal, decimal, octal, or binary codes stored as ASCII text and vice-versa. Includes built-in base converter that can freely convert between binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal, as well as treat any sequence of bytes as a number.
Process 1000s of files using multiple CPU cores in manual, automatic/continuous, triggered/scheduled, or console modes, or directly from Windows Explorer right-click menu.
Save files to output directory specified using either absolute or relative path, with original or new name defined by a mask.
Select files for processing based on their name, dates, size, and contents using advanced file search supporting RegEx and advanced wildcards. Optionally merge together, split all, or zip processed files.
Perform different operations on different files with conditional processing and process branching. Detailed processing logs are available in both user interface and log files. Run multiple program instances simultaneously.