Came across your software as I couldn't seem to find a solution for the feature I'd like. Sometime i need to move large amounts files. Some individual files 2-3TB in size (Final Cut Pro project packages) which can take hours. It would would be great feature to be able to pause a transfer if for whatever reason you need to shutdown, and then pickup from where you left off. Or if for some reason the computer shutdowns unintentionaly, be able to do the same and verify all was transferred completely.
Sanitize files names during copy? Some destinations don't like trailing spaces and other characters that may be legal on the source
Sanitize files names during copy? Some destinations don't like trailing spaces and other characters that may be legal on the source.
Any way to achieve this without renaming on the source?
Transfer from a SSD to Two HDD’s simultaneously (offloading camera media and backing up during a film shoot)
This would be extremely useful. Currently we either manually use the OS or software like shotput pro. I would buy this for every computer if I knew it could make an offload and a backup copy to a separate hard drive simultaneously with little or no drop in speed performance.
From what I saw it appears the software cannot do this right now...or am I mistaken?
Upon installation I think there should be a dialogue regarding the installation of the finder integration script.
Ideally I think it should be automatically download and install the script; or come with it pre-packaged.
I used to use the windows version to move files and make sure they had copied properly before deleting the originals. I think they should be a quick move option for macOS. Also quick action from finder.
I also think there should be options for the delete functionality - move to trash, delete properly and secure delete (for non encrypted disks and HDDs)
I'd like to have TeraCopy automatically rename my video files, ie. C0001, C0002, C0003, etc, etc. by EXIF data for the files.
I'd like to easily add the EXIF Creation Date/Time to the files, ie. 2020.02.01_C0001, 2020.02.01_C0002, 2020.02.01_C0003, etc, etc, etc.
This could be done after copy and successful checksum verification.
There is a tool called EXIF renamer which I currently use, but that adds another step to my copy process.
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