Bezipped is a file compression and archive utility built on top of the bzip2 command line tool that comes with Mac OS X.
In general, Bezipped creates smaller archives than those generated by Finders Compress functionality. Couple that with the fact that Bezipped also allows you to create Windows safe archives (archives without the dreaded ._ files), and the ability to put archives where you choose, and youve got a one stop compression shop.
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In this episode, we show you how to export your Flip videos to your computer and show you how to manage your video library using the Flip software. view it
In this How Do I series, we show you how to shoot videos using the Flip Ultra HD and how to store and manage your videos. view it
Google Picasa has a great tool that allows you to find and delete duplicate photos that might be hiding on your hard drive. view it
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