Rename files from clipboard only when they match (find and rename)

Say I have a list of files containing: original name, new name

The files that should be renamed are in various sub folders.
Using Set FLATVIEW=Toggle,MixedNoFolders in the rootfolder of the drive, I can make them all visible.

However, there will then be files that should not be renamed.

Question: is there a way to perform a rename only when the original name (in the the above list) matches the name of the file on HDD?
So the files on HDD that do not match the files in the list to remain untouched.
And could this be done using the clipboard?

p.s.: I checked out the rename from clipboard, but I am not sure that one will work in this scenario.
(I could be doing something wrong though)

27-03-2019: this is an old thread, I know. So far I have been able to use a 3rd party tool.
a text file with a list of old names, new names
(comma separated)
copy to clipboard
then only rename matching file names, skipping others.
Maybe it is possible already, I don't know, vainly searched for a solution.

3rd party tool: in below example the text list contains:

Some File, Description of Some File
Some File, Description of Some File
etc. etc.
Some File, Description of Some File

A rename script could do it fairly easily, using a map of old->new names.