There’s a new way to locate media files on your Mac. Karelia Software just released iMediaBrowser. This little application lets you access your image, movie, and audio files the same way, regardless of the application with which you want to use them. For example, you can insert images of evidence into source citations using iMediaBrowser instead of the file chooser within your genealogy database application.
The link to iMediaBrowser that I refer to in the screencast is here or via iTunes.
This video from the MacGenealogist Archives walks you step-by-step through downloading, installing, and configuring iMediaBrowser then adding an image to a citation in Reunion 9 for Mac.
GenealogyTools Members, download this video to your computer for your private use.