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.
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?
So I didn't find the bugtracker for the MacOS Version (FAQ goes to Windows bugtracker)
- Import form
-> Cancel button doesn't work
-> Resize form -> the "created since" combobox doesn't move with the bottom panel
- Finder permission
should be requested at first start, no one gets that you have to (double) click inside the target folder "finder folder" list
-> "Delete" shortcut doesn't work
-> maybe add default shortcut for "Delete all"? (cmd+alt+backspace?)
- Move mode (feature request)
I move a lot files instead of copying. Mostly I use my Windows VM with TerraCopy because moving files under MacOS is a pain in the a**. Had hoped that TerraCopy for MacOS has a move mode, are there any plans?
-> Select button doesn't work (had to drag/drop the files)
-> "Files to process" "button" is kinda confusing -> has to be clicked again after "test" (also whats the use of this button afterall?)
For version 1 it's nice and with option to move files I would consider buying it
I need to be able to undertake initial transfers using other checksum algorithms (other than MD5). It seems that the button that appears showing which checksum algorithm is being used, only appears after the initial transfer is done - and then you can change this to another checksum algorithm (such as SHA-1, SHA-256, SHA-512 etc.)
However for both the initial transfer of files, as well as follow-up verification, I need to verify transfers (either immediately, or at various points in the future) on other checksum algorithms that *aren't* MD5.
Finding where/how to set which algorithm to use is also a little clunky. I can't locate where this checksum algorithm option can be configured, until after a transfer has been completed.
It it possible to be able to set this through a preferences menu, or other button that by default *always appears* (not just pops up after a transfer)?
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