CopyRestore SD2
CopyRestore provides the user with an easy and secure procedure to transfer SD2 files from FAT16, FAT32, UFS, UDF volumes to an OS X HFS+ volume.
The copy process glues the resource forks back into the raw data, the result is a standard SD2 file.
The procudere itself is very easy; select a source directory with SD2s, then a destination directory and hit return.
Another feature is the restore of invisible OS X resources for SD2 files. Those invisible files will be created by the OS X Finder, if SD2 files will be copied to a FAT16, FAT32, UFS, UDF volume under OS X. Those files won't be readable under OS 9. Copying a single file from this folder to another location also will result in a corrupt file.
CopyRestore SD2 will restore the resource forks with the same three clicks and the SD2s will work as expected.


Screenshots:



Click any of the icons or drop a folder containing the SD2a on the left icon, select a destination:



and hit return - that's it.


For further information contact:
Andreas Kiel
Spherico
Gablonzer Str. 29, D-76185 Karlsruhe
eMail: kiel@spherico.com,

System Requirements:
Apple PowerMac, OS X 10.2.3 or higher