Daisy Disk is a great tool for a quick look at what’s taking up space on your hard drive visually.
This is a great free and cross-platform tool for reading video metadata.
FFMPEG is an excellent resource for a non-GUI approach to modifying video files.
Mac OS’ command line called Terminal is a useful but underused tool by many creatives. Here’s a good primer on some of the most common tasks you might do in Terminal:
This software is the foundation of many of the efficiency keyboard shortcuts and macros you’ve seen throughout this course.
If you haven’t heard of it already, VLC is a great, open source video player that works on every major platform.
This software keeps your Mac from falling asleep, something that can be disastrous during a long render.
Another efficiency app, this thing does a lot: custom keyboard shortcuts and gestures for a variety of system actions, window snapping, and more.
This is the app I’ve personally found most useful for creating on-screen annotations.