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My movies are all scattered through my drive. I need to use a feature similar to windows. (search media files)

I want to just search for any video file existing. Does anyone know how to do this? or maybe a program?
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are you using Leopard? Cause you can just open up finder and click on the "all movies" folder in the bottom left hand corner, and it should show you all movies on your drives.
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File > Find
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Thank you so much !
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