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The previous method works, but there also is another (a little bit brutal) way. You need LaunchAgent to monitor the file that is changing and execute an action when it is changed. Save the following to a file in ~/Library/LaunchAgents/, you can use as filename 'com.yourname.programname.plist'). Replace /full/path/to/desktoppicture with the full path to the ...


I used bittorrent sync to sync 8TB between my Drobo and QNAP.


From the Forklift manual... Copy To copy the item(s) selected in the active pane to the folder opened in the opposite pane you can use the following methods: click the toolbar icon select File > Copy to from the menu use the cmd-c keyboard command to copy the item(s) to the clipboard, then switch to the second pane with TAB and use cmd-v ...


Finder doesn't have a cut Cmd ⌘ X behaviour for files, only for file names. It uses Edit menu > Copy or Cmd ⌘ C then Edit menu holding Alt ⌥ > Move Item Here or Cmd ⌘ Alt ⌥ V instead. ... or Drag holding Cmd ⌘ between volumes


Had the same issue so I came up with the following command to copy all files from a source to a destination directory: rsync -avzh --ignore-errors /path/to/source /path/to/destination


You can run this command in Terminal: find . -name hello.jpg -exec bash -c 'mv "$1" "${1%/*}"/"$(echo $(dirname "$1")_$(basename "$1"))"' -- {} \; This will find all hello.jpg files inside directories and prepend dir name in front of the filename. NOTE: this search only inside current dir You're in - not the whole partition. EDIT: fixed spaces in ...


This is what I find when googling around for batch renaming files, hope it helps you. http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/3-easy-ways-to-batch-rename-files-on-the-mac--mac-46999


I don't think you should go through the hassle of splitting your file. I'll go ahead and quote my own answer from a previous post: P2P transfer using torrent. In your situation, here are the benefits: At least as fast as other internet transfers: your upload speed will determine the transfer speed No need to wait for an initial upload to start the ...


Rather than going to the effort of splitting it then re-combining at the other end... There are dozens of file-sending sites - I mean direct user-to-user not 'dodgy stuff off the interwebz'. I've used https://www.wetransfer.com before now, but Google has a whole lot more options under 'send large files free'


What I'd do is just split the video in half using iMovie or Final Cut Pro X, then export the project and then send it. Just have your recipient put both halves back together again using iMovie or FCPX.


I found this article which seems to have the answer... http://robservatory.com/a-nasty-little-itunesios-bug-may-be-causing-media-sync-issues/

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