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Here is mine essential list:

Onyx - system maintenance tool

Remote Buddy - advanced remote control of your MAC

Toast Titanium - powerful burning tool

VMware Fusion - there are still some apps not available under OS X - not a prob. with Fusion :-)

Audio Hijack - want to grab some music from your apps ? ;-)

Audacity - audio editing tool

Transmission - torrent downloader

VLC - universal video player

App Zapper - app. removal tool

Adium - universal instant messaging client

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FLAC Universal Binary

http://tmkk.hp.infos...ld/index_e.html

This new version have a gui interface. Enjoy.

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Any good burning program except Toast? It still gives me the well-known error messages...

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does anyone has a serial no. for visual hub?..or anyone knows a freeware mod file converter..i need it badly.....tnx in advance!.. :)

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FFmpegX. Works wonders. Video converter.

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Anyone knows a good CD/DVD burner like Nero in Windows?

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Toast works for me.

Anyone knows a good CD/DVD burner like Nero in Windows?


Toast Works for me

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IshowU for capturing movies from your Desktop...
Salling Clicker to use your mobile phone as a remote ctrl (and more) for your (hack)mac via bt/wl :)

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Guys I wanted to ask for 2 programs that would be the best (doesnt matter free or not)

1st To convert video files to iphone format.
2nd IS a good video converter in general.

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i dont have a long list to give but every mac user must use this. You will wonder how you ever lived without it.


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Adium - Message Client
iTunes - Media Player
FireFox - Web Browser
Guitar Pro - Tablature Editor
Transmission - BitTorrent Client
Photoshop CS3 - Image Editing Software
Logic Pro 8 - Digital Audio Workstation
Stuffit - Unarchiver

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PathFinder - much better than original Finder

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very useful Thread

you should check out MacTubes
an app that brings you results of your youTube searches, in thumbnail, just like on the web site itself
it has an inbuilt youtube player which can play & download the video in either FLV or MP4 file format

its like a one stop shop to enjoying your youtube videos

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Guys I wanted to ask for 2 programs that would be the best (doesnt matter free or not)

1st To convert video files to iphone format.
2nd IS a good video converter in general.


iSquint is what i use for iphone video format conversion

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I'm looking for a program to browse fonts. I tried the OSx native one, but it *installed* the fonts, which resulted in a big blowup (there's 12.000 fonts in a folder, some overwrote the OS fonts ;)). Already tried fontPilot, but it crashes (on the count I guess). Anything else?

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I'm looking for a program to browse fonts. I tried the OSx native one, but it *installed* the fonts, which resulted in a big blowup (there's 12.000 fonts in a folder, some overwrote the OS fonts :) ). Already tried fontPilot, but it crashes (on the count I guess). Anything else?


Try FontAgent Pro..it keeps all your fonts arranged by name in separate folders,in your home folder.It can also manage system fonts and can activate fonts automatically.Not free!

Or FontExplorer X..did not tryed it yet but,for what i read it does the same and it's free. :)

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FontAgent Pro crashes on import, FontExplorer X works, though Interface is not that nice ;) Thanks...

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Perian is a new one for me, now I can use quicktime for everything without installing a ton of drivers!

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That's a pretty good list of apps and utilities... I seen something like ACDSee (photo viewer, etc.) for MAC that was pretty good. I'll find it and add it back to the thread in this post.

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I like graphic converter http://www.lemkesoft.com/ for that. For ICMP data inserting/searching I use lightroom (few work reliable with a 50.000+ collection)





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