Command to tree list directory structure in Mac OS X

Found this very useful command to recursively list a directory structure in a graphical format in Mac OS X:

find . -print | sed -e 's;[^/]*/;|____;g;s;____|; |;g'

It is the equivalent of the tree command in Linux and Windows.

An simple example of the output is below:

|____Test1 (1080P)
| |____Test1 (1080P).mkv
|____Test2 (1080P)
| |____Test2 (1080P).mkv
|____Test3 (1080P)
| |____Test3 (1080P).mkv
|____Test4 (1080P)
| |____Test4 (1080P).mkv

A very useful command on Mac OS X.