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In the Finder, you can change how you view files. You can view documents, photos and video files as a list, in a column view, in Cover Flow, or as icons. What you want to do is open a Finder window, and at the top towards the left there is a group of buttons that let you choose which view you want to use. You probably want the icon view so you can see thumbnails of your videos. Cover Flow mode lets you see even more detail. Just experiment with the options and decide which one works best for you.

You can certainly look at the "guts" of your Mac and move folders anywhere you want to, using Finder. You don't have to keep your not-so-family-friendly videos where they are. You can rename the folder as something innocuous and move it to a location only you will remember. Or you can lock a folder as a disk image.
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