so I am beginning some video editing and am struggling with how to use finder to efficiently manage all of my video clips. I am importing clips with imovie and then dragging them onto the desktop. So now I have 30 files (from one of about 10 tapes) and I want to change the names on all of them to like ABC-Tape1.dv ABC-Tape2.dv etc etc, and set the comments on each one to reflect what the event is that the clip is of. I dont know that I need each comment to be unique...I might be able to work with "tape 1 of the wedding" or something for all 30 clips but even that seems to be involving a lot of really tedious clicking and typing. I would also like to - though this is probably pushing it - have some quick way to get at all of this text so I can index all my files in an excel file or something. Is there an ls flag to show the file's comments? That would allow me to do an ls -comments when im all done with this work and highlight the text and paste it into excel... I have always been a windows user...trying to give osx its fair shake...Help me use OSX's advancedness and finder's awesomeness to do all this quicker and more easily than I could have in windows. thanks!